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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



Five Hundred copies only of the 

Twenty -first Vohwte of the " Visitation 

of England and Wales" have been 

printed at my Private Press. This copy 

is No. 434 




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Visitation 



of 



Cnglant) anti Wales 



EDITED BY 



FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 



VOL 2 1 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 



1921 






LIST OF PEDIGREES. 



Ackers of Huntley Manor, co. 

Gloucester .... 
Attwood of Sion Hill, co. 

Worcester .... 
Barrington, Viscount . 
Bench of Kentwell Hall, co. 

Suffolk .... 
Bennet of Rougham Hall, 

CO. Suffolk .... 
Berney of Morton Hall, co. 

Norfolk .... 

BiNNY 

Blagg of Car- Colston, co. 

Nottingham 
Burroughes of Long Stratton 

Manor, co. Norfolk 
Childe-Freeman of Gaines and 

Femie Bank, co. Hereford . 
Clarke of Rupertswood, 

Baronet .... 

DOWSON .... 

Dyment, formerly of Aisholt, 

CO. Somerset 
Eastwood of West Stoke 

House, CO. Sussex 
Elwes of Roxby, co. Lincoln, 

and of Great Billing, co. 

Northampton 
Fitch, formerly of Hadleigh 

House, CO. Middlesex 
Freeman, formerly of Somer- 

leaze, co. Somerset 
Hambleden, Viscount . 
Harben of Newland Park, co. 

Buckingham 

Hewitt 

Hichens of St. Ives, Cornwall 
Holland .... 
Homer of Leamington, co. 

Warwick, and of Nailsworth, 

CO. Gloucester 



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54 
124 

97 
136 

88 
65 

33 

113 



149 
42 

48 
191 



137 
168 

30 
84 

«74 
17 
20 

205 



13 



Homer of St. Marychurch, co. 
Devon, and of Gladstone, 
Queensland 

Johnson of Stalham, co 
Norfolk 

Knutsford, Viscount 

Laking, Baronet 

Ludlow- Hewitt . 

LuTLEV of Brockhampton, co 
Hereford 

Macdonald of Falcon Manor, 
near Towcester, co. North- 
ampton . . . . 

Marston of Wolverhampton, 
CO. Stafford, and of More- 
wood, CO. Salop . 

Martin 

Plowes 

Powell of Sharow Hall, co. 
York 

Prescott of Bockleton Court, 
CO. Worcester 

Richards, formerly of St. Mary- 
church, CO. Devon 

Sant 

Schomberg 

Teesdale 

Thornbury 

Trower 

Vansittart Neale of Bisham 
Abbey, co. Berks 

Vernev of Claydon House, 
CO. Buckingham, Baronet . 

W.\TSON, formerly of Rocester, 
CO. Stafford .... 

Winchester, Marquess of 

Wolseley .... 

Wolseley, Baronet 

WOOLLCOMBE . . 57 

WooLLCOMBE of Pitton 



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198 
28 

9 

171 



73 



44 
38 
5' 

179 

.87 

96 

77 

40 

118 

116 

100 



161 



Ashbury, co. Devon 



. 109 

• 156 

■ 93 
. 90 

61, 63 

and 

■ 59 



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LIST OF PLATES. 



Armorial Bearings of Laking, Baronet 
Book-plate of "Thomas A. C. Attwood, Sion Hill, 
Worcestershire." ...... 

Armorial Bearings of the Viscount Hambleden 
Book-plate of " Henry Trower" 
Armorial Bearings of the Viscount Barrington . 
Armorial Bearings of the Marquess of Winchester 
Armorial Bearings of the Viscount Knutsford . 



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^rtiigrees 




3(obnson of S'talljam, ro, 
Jicvfolli^ 



James Johnson of Stalham,= 
CO. Norfolk (eldest son of 
Thomas Johnson of Slal- 
ham, by Mary his wife) ; 
bapt. at Stalham 22 Octo- 
ber 1762 ; died, aged 59, 
bur. at Stalham 12 June 
1821. 



=Sarah, dau. of Daniel Walne, 
by Hannah his wife, dau. 
of John Randall of Top- 
croft, CO. Norfolk ; born 
26 March 1758 ; died, 
aged 86, bur. at Stalham 
17 September 1844. 



Rev. Richard Johnson, born=TMary Ann, dau. of George 



at Stalham 4 March, bapt. 
there privately 7 March 1787 ; 
educated at North Walsham 
and at Caius College, Cam- 
bridge, admitted pensioner 
17 October 1803, Scholar 
1805- 1809, Junior Fellow 
1809, B.A. (itth Wrangler) 
1809, M.A. 181 2, Senior 
Fellow 1820-26; Curate-in- 
Charge of Ingham, co. 
Norfolk, 1811-27, Rector of 
Lavenham, co. Suffolk, 20 
May 1825 ; J.P. for co. 
Suffolk ; died, aged 68, at 
Lavenham, 21 September, 
bur. there 28 September 1855. 
Will dated 21 August 1855, with codicil dated 23 August 
1855, proved (P.C.C. 927, 55) 2 November 1855, by Mary Ann 
Johnson, relict, the Rev. Charles Thomas Jex-Blake, son-in-law, and 
George Randall Johnson, son. Miniature in the possession of his 
daughter, A/iss Anna 
Maria Johnson, of The 
Manor House, Locking, 
near Weston-super-Mare, 
CO. Somerset. 



Arms on rc(ord in the College of Arms. 
Gules on a sallire criuine live crosses 
moline sable a chief of the second 
charged with three mullets of the third, 
JOHNSO.N' ; impalinj;, Gules two swords 
saUireways proper between as many 
cinquefoils in pale argent on a chief of 
the last two bombshells fired proper, 
Russell. 

Crest. — .\ lion rampant erminois 
holding in the dexter paw a mullet 
as in the arms and resting the dexter 
foot on a cross moline gules. 



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Cubitt of Catfield Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, by Frances his 
2nd wife, 2nd dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Parish, Rector 
of Rainham, co. Norfolk ; 
born 27 December 1807, 
bapt. privately 5 January 
1808, received into the 
church at Catfield 21 April 
1813 ; marr. there on 
Thursday, 25 September 
1828 ; died, aged 68, at 
Quarry House, Weston- 
super-Mare, on Satur- 
day, 24 June 1876, bur. 
at Weston - super - Mare. 
Miniature in the possession 
of her daughter, Miss 
Anna Alaria Johnson. 



(See Pedigree of Cubit t. 
Vol. iS, pagt 40.) 



Richard Cubitt Johnson, 
born at Lavenham 13 
October iSzg ; Scholar of 
Clare Hall, Cambridge ; 
died, aged 21, at the 
Rectory, Lavenham, on 
Monday, 5 May 1851, 
bur. at Lavenham. 



Rev. Charles Thomas Jex-Blake, younger son of=y= Fanny, born at 



the Rev. William Jex Jex-Blake of Swanton Lavenham 15 
Abbot Hall, co. Norfolk, Rector of Banningham November 1830; 
and of Great Hautbois, both co. Norfolk, by marr. there on 
Maria his wife, 2nd dau. of William Lubbock of Tuesday, 4 June 
Lammas, co. Norfolk {see " iVotes" to '■'■Visitation 1850 ; died at 
of England and IVales," Vo/. 10, page j6) ; Lowestoft, co. 
born 8 AL^rch 1820; of Jesus College, Cambridge, Suffolk, 23 Sep- 
B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1842, M.A. 1845; Rector of tember 1863, bur. 
Lammas and of Lyng 1867, Perpetual Curate at Gay ton. ist 
of St. Martin-at-Oak 1854-62, Vicar of Gayton 1862-67, all co. Norfolk; wife. 
died, aged 73, at Lyng Rectory, on Thursday, 8 February 1894, bur. at 
Lyng. NVili dated 2 December 1882, proved at Norwich 13 July 1894, | 
by Frances Jex-Blake, relict. He married 2ndly Frances, eldest daughter 
of Francis John Blake of Norwich; she died 25 February 1912, and was 
buried at Lyng. 

{See Pedigree of Jex-Blake, 
Vol. ig, page 40.) 
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Randall Johnson of Tunstead, co. Norfolk ; born 
at Stalham, co. Norfolk, 7 June, bapt. there 
privately 12 June 1791 ; died unmarried at 
Tunstead 24 December 1859, bur. there. M.I. 
Admon (with will dated 3 October 1840) was 
granted at Norwich 2 June i860, to (leorge 
Randall Joiinson, nephew and guardian of 
James Randall Johnson, a minor, and George 
Randall Johnson, an infant. 



George Baker John-= 
son, born at Stalham 
17 August, bapt. 
there privately 21 
August 179s ; died, 
aged 86, 1 7 May 1 882, 
bur. at Tunstead. 



=Marie Tamburini, dau. 
of Victor Collona of 
Varna, Milan, Italy ; 
married at Homburg, 
Germany; died 17 May 
1896, bur. at Tunstead. 



James Randall Johnson of Palling-on-Sea, co. 
Norfolk ; born at Gratz, Styria, Austria, 3 June 
1849, ba[>t. there ; educated at Harrow, admitted 
Easter 1864, and at Pembroke College, O.xford, 
matriculated 27 October 1870; a Student of 
Lincoln's Inn 1872 ; Writer on Paleontology 
and Pre-historic Man. 



George Randall Johnson, 
born at Tunstead 17 Sep- 
tember 1856, bapt. there ; 
educated at Harrow, ad- 
mitted September 1868 ; 
died, aged 27, 25 June 
1883, bur. at Tunstead. 



Rev. Robert Henry Davies (son of Simon Farthing Davies of Farthingville,=T=Agnes Sarah, born 

CO. Cork); born 12 December 1821 ; of Trinity College, Dublin, B. A. 1844, 

M.A. 1868; Curate of Le.\ham, co. Norfolk, 1846-48, of Lavenhain, co. 

Suffolk, 1848-53, and of St. Luke's, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 1853-55, 

Incumbent of the Old Church, Chelsea, 1855 until his death; died at 

106 Oakley Street, Chelsea, on Saturday, 25 January 1908. Will dated 

15 February 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 188, 1908) 20 February 1908, by 

Agnes Sarah Davies, relict. /f\ 



at Lavenham 6 
August 1S32 ; 

marr. at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 8 .'Xpril 
1856. 



Hon'''"= George Randall Johnson of Feniton Court, Honiton, co.= 
Devon; born at Lavenham 7 November 1833; of Clare College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1853, B.A. 1857, 
M.A. 1861 ; Barrister- at-Law of Lincoln's Inn 26 January 1861 ; 
Member of the Legislative Council of New Zealand 1872-90 ; J. P. 
for CO. Devon 1898 ; Lord of the Manor of Stalham ; died, aged 86, 
at Feniton Court, Honi- 
ton, on Monday, 24 

Noven.ber. buried at ^^^,„^^,C.Ua<r/^^^-^-^ 
reniton on Ihursday, 
27 November 1910. 




,Lucy, 2nd dau. of Lieut. - 
Colonel Andrew Hamilton 
Russell, of the 58th Foot, 
by Eliza Ann his wife, dau. 
of John Howlett of Cherry 
Tree Estate, Jamaica ; 
born II October 1843 > 
married at Moorlands, 
Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, 
on Tuesday, 1 1 March 
«873- 



Beatrice Lucy, Colonel Legh Harley DelvesBroughton of Greys, Hasleineie,= 

born at Weston- co. Surrey (eldest son of Major-General William Edward 

super-Mare, co. Delves Broughton, Bengal Army, by Laura Margaret Buchan 

Somerset, on his wife, dau. of Stephen Lawson of the 7th Hussars) ; 

Thursday, 22 born 28 October 1873 \ ^'^d Lieutenant Royal Artillery 6 

January 1874, April 1893, Lieutenant 6 April 1896, Captain 14 June 1900, 

bapt. at the Adjutant 1904-1907, Major i April 1910, retired 28 May 

parish church, 1910; served in South African ^Var 1900-1902 (Queen's 

Weston - super - medal with five clasps. King's medal with two clasps) ; of 

Mare. the Reserve of Officers 5 August 1914 ; rejoined the Royal 

Artillery on outbreak of \\'ar and was promoted Lieut. - 

Colonel and afterwards Colonel (mentioned in despatches, 

"London Gazette," 13 July 19 16 and 18 May 19 17). /K 



'Constance Em i ly, 
born at Waira- 
kaira. New Zea- 
land, on Tuesday, 
18 May 1875, 
bapt.at(jisborne. 
New Zealand ; 
marr. at Feniton, 
CO. Devon, on 
AVednesday, 3 
June 1903. 



I 

Rev. Robert Rashdall (son of Robert Rashdall) ; born iS'=j=Mary Anne, born at Lavenham, 
February 1811 : of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, H.A. I co. Suflblk, 25 October 1835; 



1835, M.A. 1839; Vicar of St. John's, Bury St. Edmunds 
CO. Suffolk, 1841-70, Rector of Teversham, co. Cambridge, 
1870 ; died at the Rectory, Teversham, on Sunday, 21; May 
1 88 1, bur. at Teversham. .Xdmon (with will dated 6 
February r88o) was granted (Prin. Reg., 558, 81) 25 July 
1881, to Charles Saville Rashdall, son. ^ 



marr. at St. John's, Bury St. 
Edmunds, 11 February 1858; 
died, aged 45, at the Rectory, 
Teversham, on Tuesday, 24 May 
1 88 1, bur. at Teversham. 



John George Image (2nd son of William Edmund 
Image of Herringswell Mouse, co. Suffolk, by 
D^sirde Catherine D'Enville his ist wife) ; born 
13 June 1835; Ensign 21st Foot 23 November 
1852, Lieutenant 28 July 1854, Captain 31 August 
185s ; served in the Crimea 1854 to 10 July 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkermaii, siege 
of Sebastopol and attack on the Redan 18 June 
1855 (severely wounded, medal with three clasps, 
Knight of the Legion of Honour and Turkish 
medal) ; died, aged 36, at Bangalore, India, on 
Monday, 29 .August 1870. /j\ 



=j=Cliarlotte, bom at Lavenham 4 April 
1837; marr. at St. Mary's, Buiy St. 
Edmunds, on Thur.sday, 20 August 1857 ; 
died, aged 74, at Broomfield, Weston- 
super-Mare, CO. Somerset, on Saturday, 30 
March 191 2, bur. at Locking, co. Somerset. 
Will dated 14 January 1905, proved (I'rin. 
Reg., 798, 1912) 16 May 191 2, by Desirde 
Mary Leake, wife of Percy Dewe Leake, 
and Fanny Adelaide Certrude Image, 
spinster, the daughters. 



Rev. James Gale (youngest son of William Gale=i=Emma, born at Lavenham 24 August 



of Bardsea Hall, co. Lancaster, by Cecilia Isabella 
his wife, dau. of James Losh, Recorder of Newcastle- 
on-Tyne) ; born on ^V'ednesday, 19 March 1834 ; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1853, B.A. 1857 ; Vicar of Urswick, co. 
Lancaster, 1861-77 ! died at Norwood, co. Surrey, 
12 May 191 1, bur. in Elmer's End Cemetery, co. 
Kent. Adnion (with will dated 24 September 1908) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 1208, 191 1) 5 August 
191 1, to Isabel Mary Cecilia Gale, spinster. 



1838; marr. at Cavendish, co. Suffolk, 
on Wednesday, 26 September 1866; 
died, aged 71, at ;a Central Hill, Upjjer 
Norwood, on Friday, 15 October, bur. in 
Elmer's End Cemetery on Monday, 18 
October 1909, after service at Christ 
Church, Gipsy Hill, Norwood. Adition 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
6 November 1909, to Isabel Mary Cecilia 
(Jale, spinster. 



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Major Edward Hoblyn Warren Bolitho (eldest son of=j=Agnes Hamilton, 



Captain Edward Alverne Bolitho, R.N., by Catherine 
Johns his wfe, 3rd dau. of William Bolitho of Polurthen, 
CO. Cornwall) ; born at Leinster Gardens, Cleveland 
Square, London, on Thursday, 20 April 1882 ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Artillery 21 December igoo, Lieutenant 
21 December 1903, Adjutant 29 October 1912, Captain 
21 December 1913, Major 13 .Sejitember 19 15, acting 
Lieut. -Colonel Royal Artillery 31 January to 22 February 
1917 ; served in European War 1914-17 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 18 May 1917). 



born at Wellington, 
New Zealand, on 
Sunday, i6 July 
1876, bapt. there ; 
marr. at Bombay 
Cathedral on Fri- 
day, 16 October 
1914. 



Fanny Amelia, 
born at Wel- 
lington on 
Saturday, 15 
March 1879, 
bapt. there. 



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Octavia, born at Lavenham, co. Suffolk, 12 March 1840; 
died at 2 Westover Villas, Bournemouth, co. Hants, 
on "Saturday, 3 October 1868, bur. at Bournemouth. 
Admon was granted at Bury St. Edmunds 1 2 February 
1869, to Mary Ann Johnson, widow, the mother. 



Anna Maria, of The Manor House, 
Locking, near Weston-super-Mare, 
CO. Somerset ; born at Lavenham 
18 April 1842, bapt. there. 



James Woodbine Johnson, born at Lavenham 
1 January 1844 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1 866 ; emigrated to New Zealand in 1866 ; 
marr. in New Zealand ; died, aged 55, at 
Wairakaia, Poverty Bay, New Zealand, on 
Tuesday, 10 October 1899. Will dated 27 May 

1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 68, 1900) 2 January 

1900, by George Randall John.son, brother. 



Henry Johnson, born at Lavenham 3 1 August 
1848; Ensign 46th Foot 13 January 1869; 
(lied, aged 37, in London on Thursday, 21 
January 1886, bur. in Brompton Cemetery. 
Adiiion was granted at the Principal Registry 
12 March 1886, to Charlotte Lnage, widow, 
sister. 



Maui William Pomare of= 
Lower Hutt, New Zealand, 
formerly of the Chatham 
Islands ; Member of New 
Zealand Parliament. 



=Millie Woodbine, 
born 24 December 
1877 ; marr. at Gis- 
borne, Ne wZcaland, 
7 January 1903. 



Owen Monckton= 
of New Zealand. 



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=May, born 13 Sep- 
tember 1882; marr. 
in New Zealand 18 
June 1907. 



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Eru Woodbine Johnson, born 
23 September 1884; died in 
New Zealand 2 May 1914. 



Randall Sherrett of New Zealand, 2nd=j=Heni, born i May 
son of Richard Sherratt of Swathmoor, 18S7 ; marr. 10 
Poverty Bay, New Zealand. | March 1909. 



Major Peter Randall Johnson of 14 Warwick Square, London ;= 
born at Wellington, New Zealand, on Thursday, 5 August 1880, 
bapt. there ; educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1898, B.A. 1901 ; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 15 June 1904 ; Lord of the Manor of 
Stalham ; 2nd Lieutenant 6th Battalion The Devonshire (Territorial) 
Regiment 5 August 1914, Lieutenant 20 June 1915, Captain 
16 May 1916, Major (by brevet> i January 1919; served in 
Mesopotamia December 1915 (wounded 8 March 1916). 



=Katlileen Effie, dau. of the 
Rev. Fielding Arthur Wolfe 
Hamilton-Ciell, Rector of 
Clyst St. Mary, co. Devon, 
by Emily Louisa his wife, 
dau. of James Krownlow ; 
marr. at Winslade, in parish 
of Clyst St. Mary, 26 .'Vpril 
1905. 



Philip Hamilton 
Randall Johnson, 
born at \Vinslade 
on Thursday, 29 
March 1906, bapt. 
there. 



Elizabeth Kathleen, born 
at 14 Warwick Square, 
London, on Friday, 8 
April 19 10, bapt. at Clyst 
St. Mary. 



Kenneth Plarold Johnson, 
born at Winslade on 
Wednesday, i December 
1915, bapt. there. 



Doris Mary, born 
at Winslade 8 
Sepleniiier 1917, 
bapt. there. 



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Cf)ilt)e ' jFrccman of (Staines anli ftvnit iBank, 

CO. li^i'^foriJ. 

Anns. — Gules three lozenges argent. 

Crest.— A. lion rampant gules holding a lozenge in the paws or. 

John Freeman of (Ininos, co. Hereford (elder .son of John=T=Mary, eldest dau. and coheir of James 



Freeman of (laines, by Anne his wife, dau. and heir of 
Thomas Harris of Leominser, co. Hereford) ; born at Gaines 
and bajit. there privately ; died, aged 66, at Gaines, 22 
October 183 1, bur. at Whitbourne, CO. Hereford. M.I. Will 
dated 18 August 1827, with four codicils dated i May 1829 
to 20 October 1831, proved (P.C.C. 629 TeMs) 26 November 
1 83 1, by Mary Freeman, the relict, and John Freeman. 



Dansie of Conduit Street, Hanover 
Square, London, and of Ciater Park, 
CO. Hereford, by Mary his wife ; marr. 
in 1798; died at Gaines 2 February, 
bur. at Whitbourne 10 February 
1853. M.I. 



John Freeman of Gaines; born 29 August 1802,= 
bapt. at Gaines ; educated at Eton, admitted 
1817, and at Balliol Colle;.!e, Oxford, matriculateti 
II December 1820, B.A. 1826; J. P. and D.L. for 
CO. Hereford, High Sheriff 1832, Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions ; J. P. for co. Worcester ; died at 
Games on Tuesday, 4 October 1870, bur. at Whitbourne. 
M.I. Will dated 20 July 1870, with two codicils dated 
22 July and 6 September 1870, proved at Hereford 
5 December 1S70, by the Rev. Arthur (.^hilde and 
Francis Sutherland. 



=f=Constantia, 2nd dau. of the Ven'"'*^ Richard 
Francis Onslow, Archdeacon of Worcester, by 
Harriet Mary liis wife, 3rd dau. and coheir of 
the Hon'^'"^ Andrew Foley, M.P., of Newport 
House, CO. Hereford ; marr. at Newent, co. 
(Jloucestcr, 16 May 1S26 ; died, aged 72, at 
lo Cambray Place, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
on Tuesday, 8 April 1879, bur. at Whitbourne. 
M.I. Will dated 4 August 1875, proved (Prin. 
I^eg., 339, 79) 24 April 1879, by the Rev. 
Arthur Childe, son-in-law. 



John Arthur Freeman, 
bapt. at Newent ; edu- 
cated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 31 May 
1844, aged 16 ; Cornet 
2nd (Royal North 
British) Dragoons 7 
August 1846 ; Lieu- 
tenant 21 June 1850; 
Captain 1853; died un- 
married at B.ilaclava, 
in the Crimea, 29 Sep- 
tember 1854. M.I. at 
Whitbourne and at the 
Crimea. Will dated 
15 July 1S54, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 409, 55) 
24 May 1855, by John 
Freeman, father. 



Rev. Arthur Childe- Freeman of Gaines, youngest son of= 
William Lacon Childe (formerly Baldwyn) of Kinlet, co. 
Salo)), and Kyre Park, co. Worcester, M.P., by Harriet his 
wife, youngest dau. of William Cludde of Orleton, co. Salo[), 
Rector of Edwyn Ralph, co. Hereford (who restored the 
church of St. Michael in 1862, and built the Rectory; the 
church of St. Mary-the-Virgin, Collington, co. Hereford, 
was built by him in 1851) : born at ^\'rockwardine, co. Salop, 
2 April 1820, bapt. there ; educated at Harrow (1831-35) and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 12 Feb- 
ruary 1839, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1846; Curate of Macclesfield, 
CO. Chester ; Rector and Patron of Edwin Ralph with 
Collington 1847-82 ; adopted with his wife, by Deed Poll in 
1878, the additional name of Freeman ; died at St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, co. Sussex, 15 February 1882, bur. at Edwyn Ralph. 
M.I. and Memorial East 
Window there. Will dated 
9 .'\ugust 1875, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 193, 82) 7 
March 1SS2, by Mary 
Han iet ("hilde- l''reeman, 
relict. 



=Mary Harriet, of 
Gaines and Fernie 
Bank, co. Here- 
ford ; born at 
Gaines 20 May 
1836, bapt. there 
privately ; marr. at 
\\ hitbournei June 
1852 ; died at St. 
Auvergne, Queen's 
Road, Chelten- 
ham, 19 January 
1921. 




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Arthur John Childe-Freeman of Fernie Bank ;=j=Harriet, dau. of Richard Alexander Shaw ; marr. at Stoke 



born at Gaines 24 March 1853, bapt. there 
privately and received into the church at 
Whitbourne 28 April 1853; educated at 
Malvern College ; J. P. for co. Hereford ; died, 
aged 38, at Fernie Bank on \Vednesday, 17 
June, bur. at Whitbourne 20 June 1891. M.I. 



Bliss, CO. Worcester, in .-Vpril 18S7 ; died at Pontrilas Court, 
CO. Hereford, on Thursday, 4 April 1907. She married 
2ndly, as his 2nd wife, at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 
14 April 1904, Colonel Richard Prescott Decie of Pontrilas 
Court {see Pedigree of Prescoli). 



Charles John Sidebottom of Worcester (3rd son of Radclyffe=pMary Abigail, born at 

Sidebottom of Middleton, co. Lancaster, Barrister-at-I-aw) ; of the '" ' 

Middle Temple, called to the Bar 5 June 181 8 ; Town Clerk of 

Worcester; Stipendiary Magistrate for Worcester 23 March 18,56 to 

death ; Judge of Old Court of Pleas for Worcester ; died, aged 88, 

at Elin Bank, Worcester, 26 October 1878. M.l. at Whiibourne, 

CO. Hereford. A\ 



Gaines, co. Hereford, 
and hapt. there privately ; 
died 9 December, bur. 
at Whitbourne, 1 5 De- 
cember 1886. M.I. 



Constance, born=i=Francis Sutherland (3rd son of John Campbell Sutherland=5=F;iizabeth, born 
at Gaines and j of Forse, co. Caithness, by Margaret Munro his wife); at Ciaines and 
born in 1828 ; educated at Eton, admitted 1841 ; 
Cornet 2nd Royal North British (afterwards Scots CJreys) 
Dragoons 24 September 1847, Lieutenant 11 .'Vpril 1851, 
Captain 24 November 1854 ; served in the Crimean War 
1854-55, including the battles of Balaclava and Inkerman 
and siege of Sebastopol (medal with clasp); J. P. for the 
counties of Caithness and Hereford ; died at 7 Cranley 
(lardens, .South Kensington, London, 23 October 1901. 
Will dated 19 November 1900, proved (Frin. Reg., 
1 48 1, 1 901) 9 December 1901, by Elizabeth Sutherland, 
relict. 

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bapt. there pri- 
vately ; married 
at Whitbourne on 
Thursday, 3 April 
1856, marriage 
settlements dated 
previous day; 
died at Wilcroft, 
in Lugwardine, 
CO. Hereford, i st 
wife. 



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ba[)t. there 

privately ; marr. 
at Neuchatel, 
Switzerland, 13 
July 1874. 
2nd wife. 



Rev. Edward Leonard Childe-Freeman, born at Gaines,-rEdith, youngest dau. of George 



CO. Hereford, 24 February, bapt. at Whitbourne 23 March 
1855 ; educated at Malvern and at Brasenose College, 
O.Kford, matriculated 28 May 1874, Exhibitioner, B.A. 
1879, M.A. 1885; Curate of Bolton Abbey, co. York, 
1880-82, Rector of Edwyn Ralph with Collington, 1882; 
took the additional name of Freeman by Deed Poll dated 
13 June 1882. 



Mercer of St. Leonard's, Upper 
Deal, CO. Kent, by Annie Dower 
his wife; born at Upper Deal 26 
September 1857, bapt. there ; 
marr. at St. Leonard's, Upper 
Deal, on Tuesday, 15 June 1880. 



Leonard George Childe-Freeman of Queensland, = 
Australia ; born at Monk's Barn, Bolton Abbey, co. 
York, 13 March 1881, bapt. at Bolton Abbey; educated 
at St. Michael's College, Tenbury Wells, co. Worcester, 
and at Bromsgrove ; J. P. for Brisbane, South Australia. 



=Gwladys Violet, youngest dau. of 
Lieut. -Colonel Charles Cri/ker-King 
of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester ; 
marr. at the parish church, Chelten- 
ham, 15 December 1906. 



Charles Edward Childe-Freeman, born at Carisbrooke, 
Isle of Wight, 27 July 1907, bapt. there. 



Pamela, born at Brisbane 
18 October 1916. 



Mary Abigail, 
born at Fernie 
Bank 17 May, 
bapt. at Whit- 
bourne 10 June 
1888; married 
Clement Harman 
of London. 



John Arthur (Childe-Freeman, M.C. (twin with 
Catherine Olive) ; born at Fernie Bank on Sunday, 
17 August, bapt. at Whitbourne 30 September 1890; 
educated at \Vellington and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; Captain The Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers 27 October 1914; served in European War, 
and was killed in action at Mons in 1914. 



Catherine Olive 
(twin with John 
Arthur), born at 
Fernie Bank on 
Sunday, 1 7 Au- 
gust, bapt. at 
Whitbourne 30 
September rSgo. 



Rev. Henry Francis Sidebottoni (son of Radclyffe Sidebottom) ; of St. John'sT-Aiine, born at 
College, 0.\ford, matriculated r July 1813, aged 18, Scholar and Fellow ^ (iaines, co. Here- 
1812-Z3, B.A. 1817, M.A. 1820; Perpetual Curate of Holy Trinity, Halifax, I ford, and bapt. 
CO. York, 1850-61; Rector of Sevenoaks, co. Kent, 1861-74; died at 'there privately; 



4 Belgrave Place, Bath, co. Somerset, 26 .August 1887. Admon (with will marr. 
dated 4 January 1877) was granted (Prin. Reg., 973, 87) 22 November 1823. 
1S87, by the Rev. Frederick RadclytTe Sidebottom, son. /y 



8 April 



John Inglis of Auchendinny, and of Red Hall, co.==Cecilia Abigail, born at Gaines in 1840, 

Edinburgh (son of Alexander Inglis, M.l)., of and bapt. there privately; niarr. at Whit- 

Auchendinny) ; Cornet nth Hussars 19 October bourne, co. Hereford, on Thursday, 21 

1849, Lieutenant 30 May 1851, Captain 20 May 1857; died in Lr)ndon 21 January 

September 1854 ; J. P. for co. Edinburgh ; died 1876, bur. in Willesden Cemetery, co. 

at Southampton, co. Hants, on Tuesday, 3 Middlesex. 
September 1889. 



William James Sandford-=j=.\lice Mary, 



Thompson of The 
Villa, Montrose, co. 
Forfar ; J. P. for co. 
Forfar ; died, aged 70, at 
26 Bassett Road, North 
Kensington, London, 1 1 
March, bur. at Edwyn 
Ralph, CO. Hereford, 14 
March 1914. ^LL 



bornatGaines 
23 December 
1857; marr. at 
Edwyn Ralph 
20 August 
1879. 



A 



Rev. Evelyn Henry Hill (youngest=Ida Lucy, born 

son of the Rev. Henry Thomas at Gaines 23 

Hill, Rector of Felton, Preben- July, bapt. at 

dary of Hereford and Rural Dean Wliitbourne 14 

of North Frome) ; bapt. at Felton; August 1859; 

of Oriel College, Oxfonl, matricu- marr. there (by 

lated 28 January 1878, aged 18, the Rev. Walter 

B.A. 1882; formerly a Solicitor; Wilmot Hill, and 

Curate of Rugeley 1888-96, Vicar by her brother, 

of Brereton, both co. Stafford, the Rev. Edward 

1896-1911; died, aged 56, at Leonard ("hilde- 

Droitwich, co. Worcester, 21 April Freeman) 5 

191 5, bur. at Bournemouth. M.L April 1883. 



Arthur Harold Childe-Freeman,= 
born at Monk's Barn, Bolton 
Abbey, co. York, on Monday, 10 
July 1882, bapt. at Bolton Abbey ; 
educated at St. Michael's College, 
Tenbury Wells, at Bromsgrove, 
and at Shrewsbury; B.A. from 
Keble College, Oxford ; Assistant 
Master, Natal, afterwards of 
Jeppes High School, Johannes- 
berg, South Africa. 



=Lettice, 4th dau. 
of H. Tatham of 
Dundee, Natal ; 
marr. at Dundee 
17 April 1909. 



Dorothy ^Lary, born at 
Johannesberg 18 August 
191 2. 



Alured Edward Morgan^ 
of Parkstone, Bourne- 
mouth (elder son of 
Arthur Edward Morgan, 
Captain 71st Highland 
Light Infantry, of Golden 
Grove, CO. Flint, by Ada 
Cross his wife, of Clifton, 
CO. (Gloucester) ; born at 
Rhual Isa, Mold, co. 
Flint, on Saturday. 2 



January 1886. 



I 
i=Dorotl)y Edith, 
born at the 
I Rectory, Edwyn 
i Ralph, onTluirs- 
day, 30 Decem- 
ber 1886, bapt. 
at Edwyn Ralph 
20 February 
1887 ; marr. 
there 28 July 
1910. 



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James Pkicknett (youngest= 
son of the Rev. James 
Plucknett of Lattiford, co. 
Somerset) ; died, aged 65, 
in London, on Monday, 
I June 1 868. Will dated 
22 November 1862, proved 
(I'rin. Reg., 541, 68) 28 
August 1868, by the Rev. 
William Plucknett, brother. 



"Elizabeth, born at 
Gaines and bapt. 
there privately ; 
marr. at Withy- 
combe Rawleigh, 
CO. Devon (by 
the Rev. Henry 
Francis Side- 
bottom), on 
Wednesday, 7 
October 1835. 



Fleming St. John of Hen\vick=f=Mary, born at 
Grange, CO. Worcester, and Din- Gaines and 
more, co. Hereford (youngest son bapt. there 
oftheRev. lohn Francis Seymour jjrivateh 
Fleming St. John, Prebendary of marr. 15 May 
Worcester, by Frances his wife, 1832; died in 
only dau. of Richard Fleming); 1891. 
born 25 March 1801 ; educated 
at Westminster, admitted 17 Jan- 
uary 1 8 1 1 ; J. P. for CO. Worcester ; 
died, aged 56, at Henwick Grange, 
18 May 1857. Will dated 1 4 Feb- 
ruary 1849, proved (P.C.C. 650, 
57) 25 August 1857, by Mary 
St. John, the relict. /^ , 



Cecil Edwin Childe- Freeman of- 
The Cottage, Bockleton, co. Wor- 
cester; born at the Rectory, Edwyn 
Ralph, CO. Hereford, 11 February, 
bapt. at Edwyn Ralph 10 March 
1861. 



=Amy, dau.of John Mac- 
Dougall of Vancouver, 
British Columbia ; marr. 
at Greiifell, North-West 
Canada, i February 
1887. 



Ernest Freeman Childe- F^reeman, 
born at the Rectory, Edwyn 
Ralph, 25 April, bapt. at Edwyn 
Ralph 24 May 1863; died 
unmarried 3 May i8gi, bur. at 
Ventnor, Isle of \Vight. 



Edwyn Ralph Childe-Freeman, born at Rochester, co. Kent, 27 September 
1897, bapt. at St. Margaret's, Rochester; educated at Shrewsbury; of the 
Worcester Regiment and Lieutenant Royal Air Force. 



Rev. (Jeorge Christopher Bailiscombe (2nd son= 
of Arthur Battiscombc of Woodlands, Glasbury, 
CO. Radnor, by Frances Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of George Haynes) ; of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1879, 
non-coUegiate, B.A. 1890; Curate of Willington, 
CO. Durham, 1890-92, of Heene, co. Sussex, 
1892-97, of St. Margaret's, Lee, 1897 
-1900; Vicar of St. Michael and All Angels', 
Bromley, both co. Kent, 1900-1904, of Uxbridge, 
CO. Middlesex, 1904-15, and of Denhani, co. 
Buckingham, 19 15. /t\ 



=Katherine Jessie, born at 
the Rectory, Edwyn 
Ralph, 7 April, bapt. at 
Edwyn Ralph 7 May 
1865; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, North Malvern, 
CO. Worcester (by her 
brother, the Rev. Edward 
Leonard Childe-Free- 
man), on Wednesday, 2 
May 1888. 



Rowland Lacon 
Childe-Freeman, 
of Cheltenham, 
CO. Gloucester; 
born at the 
Rectory, Edwyn 
Ralph, 19 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. at 
Edwyn Ralph 7 
April 1870. 



£• t d<^j^' H^^^u^^^ 



iltililoiDlletDitr, 



Arms of l.ujlcnv. — Or on a fessc 
sable between three mullets 
gules as many crosses-crosslet 
of the fielii. 

Crest. — A lion rampant. 

Motto. — Nee teniere nee tiniide. 



Arms of Htivetl. — Argent two chevronels indented 
gules between tliree owls proper. 

Crest. — The trunk of a tree fesseways eradicated 
proper therefrom rising a falcon belled or 
fretty gules in the beak an acorn slipped 
also proper. 

Motto. — Tarn nocte c|uani die sapere. 



Ebenczer Ludlow of Oakhmds, co. Gloucester, Q.C.= 
(only son of Ebenezer Ludlow of Chipping 
Sodbury, co. Gloucester, M.D., by Katharine Mary 
his wife, dati. of James Wallis) ; born 5 March 
1777, bapt. at Chipping Sodbury; of Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 June 1791, B.A. 1795, 
M.A. !82i; Lieutenant Provincial Cavalry 1798; 
Cornet in Winterbourne Horse 1803 ; of Gray's Inn, 
called to the Bar 27 November 1805, Serjeant- 
at-Law 25 June 1827, Q.C. ; Town Clerk of 
Bristol 22 July 18 19, resigned 1836, received the 
freedom of that city ; a Commissioner of the Court 
of Bankruptcy for Liverpool district 21 October 1842 
and for Bristol district 1849 till death ; patent of 
precedence 1840 ; Chairman of Gloucestershire 
Quarter Sessions 1842-49 ; died, aged 74, at 
AIniondsbury, co. (iloucester, on Tuesday, 18 March 
1S51, bur. at Almondsbury. Will dated 20 Sep- 
tember 1841, proved (P.C.C. 398, 51) 3 May 1851, 
bv lane l^udlow, the relict. 




Jane, dau. of Arthur 
Rainey of Belfast, co. 
Antrim, by Ann Rox- 
borough his wife; born 
29 January 1 784 ; marr. 
at Littleham-under- 
Westdown, Exmouth, 
CO. I)evf)n, 28 August 
1804 ; died, aged 77, 
at ("ompton Green- 
field Rectory, co. 
Gloucester, on Tues- 
day, 23 July 1 86 1, 
bur. at Almondsbury. 
Adfiion was granted 
at Bristol 4 Octo- 
ber 1861, to the 
Rev. Arthur Rainey 
Ludlow and Mary 
Jane Ludlow, spin- 
ster, two of the 
children. 



Henry Holmes Joy of^CatherineAnne, 
Mountjoy Square, Dublin, | born 21 Septem- 
QC. (3rd son of Henry ■ ber 1805, bapi. 
Joy of Belfast, co. Antrim) ; ; at St. Michael's, 
born at The Lodge, Bel- Bristol, co.Glou- 
fast ; educated at Belfast cester ; died. 
Academy and at Trinity ; aged 91, at 
College, Publin, B..^. 1829. j Belvedere Ter- 
M.A. 1841, LL.B. and \ race, Tunbridge 
LL. D. 1856 ; called to : NVells, on Tues- 
Irish Bar 1827, Q.C. 13 day, 30 March 
February 1849 • died, 1897, buried 
aged 68, at Tunbridge ! at Tunbridge 
Wells, CO. Kent, on Sunday, Wells. 
28 February 1S75. 

/k 



Mary lane, born 9 March 
1807, bapt. at St. Michael's, 
Bristol ; died unmarried, 
aged 91, at i Belvedere 
Terrace, Tunbridge Wells, on 
Good Friday, 8 April 1898. 
Will dated 23 December 
1 8g I, with two codicils dated 
25 October 1893 and },ci De- 
cember 1895, proved in the 
Principal Registry, Dublin, 
18 July 1898, by Robert Joy, 
Rev. Thomas Arthur Ludlow- 
Hewitt, and John Holmes 
Joy, M.D., nephews. Sealed 
in London 4 .August 1 898. 



Ebenezer William 
Ludlow, born at 
Down House, Red 
land, Bristol, 5 
August 1808, bapt 
at St. Michael's, 
Bristol ; died at 
Down House, 

Redlaiid, 26 Au 
gust 1823, bur. at 
Redland. 



Rev. Arthur Rainey Ludlow of Durrant, Northani, co. Devon ; = 
born 7 M;iy 1810, bajtl. at St. Mit^hael's, Bristol, co. Gloucester; of 
Oriel College, O.xford, matriculated 30 May 1827, H..\. 1831, M.A. 1835 ; 
Curate of I'addington, co. Middlesex, 1837-41, Rector of Compton Green- 
field 1843, of Littleton-on-Severn, both co. Gloucester, 1855-69; Curate- 
in- Charge of Morthoe, co. Devon, 1853-55 ; Chaplain to the Mayor of 
IJristol 1852 ; died at Durrant 9 January 1890, bur. at Northam. 
Adm<)n(witii will dated 19 May 1S73) was granted (Prin. Reg., 278, 90) 
iS March 1890, to 'I'honias Arthur Ludlow-Hewitt, son. 




=Annette, only child of 
Colonel 'I'homas Wall 
Hewitt of Clancoole, 
Bandon, co.Cork, and 
of Clifton, CO. Glou- 
cester, by Anne Lloyd 
his wife, of Berghill 
and Ellesmere, co. 
Salop ; born 7 October 
1814, bapt. at Christ 
Church, Cork ; marr. 
at the parisli church, 
Clilton, on Saturday, 
25 February 1843 ; 
died at Durrant 31 
January 1891, bur. at 
Northam. 



Anne Jane, born at 
Compton Greenfield 
19 November, bapt. 
[jrivately ro Decem- 
ber 1 843, and received 
into the church at 
Compton Greenfield 
23 May 1844 ; died 
immarried, aged 65, 
at Fairford Vicarage, 
CO. Gloucester, on 
Thursday, 23 April 
1908. Admon was 
granted at the Princi- 
])al Registry 1 1 June 
iqo8, to the Rev. 
Tiiouias Arthur Lud- 
low-Hewitt, brother. 



Rev. Francis Rohde Carbonell (4th son=j=K a t h e r i n e Mary Agnes, 
of William Charles Carbonell of 182 Dorinda, born born at 3 
Regent Street and of Avenue Road, at 40 Lower Sion Row, 
Regent's Park, London, by Sarah Mary Crescent, Clif- Clifton, 5 
his wife, dau. of Major Rohde); born ton, 8 April, April, bapt. at 
4 June, bapt. at St. Mary's, Padding- bapt. at the the parish 
ton, 5 July 1849; of Merton ("ollege, parish church, church, Clif- 
Oxford, matriculated 16 January 1869, Clifton,23May ton, 25 May 
B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875; Rector of 1848; marr. at 1852; died j 
Littleton-on-Severn 1876-84, Senior ChristChurcli, March 1855, 
('urate of Tewkesbury Abbey, co. Clifton, 12 buried at 
Gloucester, 1884-87, Vicar of Kingston, February 1874. .Morthoe. 
CO. Somerset, 18S7-88, and of Fairford, 
CO. Gloucester, 1888-1918 ; Rural Dean 
1900 ; Hon. Canon of Gloucester 191 1, 
Proctor in Convocation, Gloucester, 
1910-17; died at Worcester House, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 27 May, 
bur. at Fairford 30 May 19 19. Will 
proved in the Princip.al Registry 14 
August 1 91 9. /K 

{See Pedigree of Carbonell, ]'o/. iS, page IJJ, 
ami Addenda, J'ol. 20, page vii.) 



Alfred Arthur Thomas Ludlow-Hewitt, born at Wick House, Pershore,= 
on Sunday, 3 August 1884; educated at Marlborough and B.A. from 
\V.idham College, Oxford; Curate of St. Bartholomew's, Sydenham, co. 
Kent, 1909-11 ; 2nd Lieutenant Army Service Corps 23 March 1915, 
Lieutenant and Adjutant 1915, Captain 19 May 1916 ; served in 
European War. 




■Margery, only dau. of 

Henry Nottidge Mose- 

ley, F. R.S., Linacre 

Professor at 0.xford, by 

Amabel his wife, youn- 

1 gest dau. of John Gwyn 

Jeffreys, F.R.S. ; marr. 

I at St. (iiles', Oxford, on 

j Monday, 13 September 

1909. 



Henry Christopher Ludlow-Hewitt, born 
17 March 1912, bapt. at St. Giles', Oxford. 



Rev. John Thomas Ludlow, born at Down House, Redland, Bristol, co.= 
Gloucester, 7 April 1813, bapt. at St. Michael's, Hristol ; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 25 November 1830, B.A. 1835, M.A. 
1840; Rector of Comptoii Greenfield, co. Gloucester, 1846 until his 
death ; died at Criccieth, co. Carnarvon, 10 October 1873. Will dated 
19 April 187 1, proved at Bristol 21 November 1873, by Harriet Mary 
Ludlow, relict. 




Arms gia:i/,-(l to Ihe Rev. 'I'homas 
Arthur Liuilow-Hewitt. 



•Harriet Mary, dau. 
of the Rev. Henry 
Moseley, L L. D., 
Canon of Bristol ; 
marr. at Olveston, 
CO. Gloucester, 26 
January 1870 ; died 
at Walton .St. 
Mary, Clevedon, 
CO. Somerset, 1 6 
December 19 16. 



Rev. Thomas Arthur Ludlow- Hewitt-f Edith Annie, 

of Clanciiole, Bandon, co. Cork ; born only dau. of 

at 3 Sion Row, Clifton, co. Gloucester, Alfred Ricketts 

17 May, bapt. at the parish church, Hudson of 

Clifton, 22 June 1850 ; of Oriel Wick House, 

College, O.xford, matriculated 25 Oc- Pershore, co. 

tober 1869, B.A. 1874, IVLA. 1897; Worcester; born 

Curate of Wilton with Nether Hamp- 9 March 1854 ; 

ton, CO. ^^'ilts, 1898-1901, Vicar of bapt. at Holy 

Minety, co. Wilts, 1901; J. P. for co. Cross,Pershore ; 

Cork ; assumed the additional name marr. there on 

and arms of Hewitt by Royal Thursday, 5 

Licence dated 14 September 1857, on October 1882. 
inheriting the estates of his maternal 
grandfather, Colonel Thomas Wall 
Hewitt. 



I 
Brigadier- General Edi;ar Rainey Ludlow-Hewitt, D.S.O., M.C.; born at Wick House, 
Pershore, on Wednesday, 9 June 1886; educated at Radley and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles 16 August 1905, Lieutenant 1907, 
Captain 1914, Major (by brevet) i January 1917, Lieut. -Colonel (by brevet) 1918; Flight- 
Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps (afterwards Royal Air Force) August 19 14, Flight-Commander 
December following, Squadron-Commander 7 July 1915, Wing-Commander 8 February 1916, 
Brigadier-General 12 December 191 7 ; served in European War 19 14-18 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 22 June 1915, i January 1916, 3 January and 11 Decembei 
1917, M.C. 12 January 1916, D.S.O. i January 1917, Croix de Chevallier of France 
4 July 1917). 



Robert Cann-Lippincott of Over Court and Olveston, co. Gloucester 
(only son of Sir Henry Cann-I.ippincott, Baronet, of Over Court) ; 
educated at Eton, admitted 1832, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 19 May 1836; died, aged 72, at Over Court on Tuesday, 
J 7 June 1890. Will dated i September 1871, proved (Prin. Reg., 
866, 90) 6 September 1890, by Julia Sullivan Cann-Lippincott, relict, 
Henry Cann-Lippincott, son, ^Iargaret Jane Cann Lippincott, spinster, 
daughter, and the Rev. Henry Stent. He married 2ndly, at Compton 
Greenfield, co. Gloucester, 18 July 1854, Julia Sullivan, 2nd dau. of Sir 
John Francis Davis, Baronet, K.C.B. , 



'Margaret Agnes, born 
II January 1816 ; 
marr. at Almondsbury 
CO. (jloucester, 26 
December 1839 ; died 
at Harrogate, co. 
York, 28 June 1845, 
bur. at Almondsbury. 
1st wife. 



Ezekiel Rouse of Morwinstow, co. Cornwall, and Bideford, co. Devon=j=]\Iargaret Lloyd, 



(younger son of Ezekiel Athanasius Rouse of Eastaway, Morwinstow, by 
Elizabeth Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Davis, Rector of Kilkampton, 
CO. Cornwall); bom at Morwinstow 7 May 1841 ; L.R.C.P. Edin. and L.^L 
1871, M.R.C.S. Edin. 1871 ; Medical Officer of Health and Analyst Bideford 
Rural District, Medical Officer of Health Northam Urban District and for the 
Port Sanitary Authority ; Surgeon- Lieutenant 4th (Volunteer) Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment; died 9 February 1898, bur. in the church cemetery, 
East-the-Water, Bideford. 



born at the Vicar- 
age, Morthoe, co. 
Devon, 4 May, 
bapt. at Morthoe 
12 June 1855 ; 
marr. at Nort- 
ham, CO. Devon, 
18 January 1882. 



A 



(See Pedigree of Rouse, I"o/. 20. 
page iq6.) 



Colonel John Millard Eden of Pebworth,=Agnes Elizabeth, born at 8 Buckingham Villas, 
CO. Gloucester, and of Bournemouth, co. Clifton, co. Gloucester, 7 April, bapt. at the 
Hants ; Colonel Royal West Kent Regiment; parish church, Clifton, 11 June 1858; marr. at 
died at Milcote, Branksome Park, Bourne- St. Matthew's, Bayswater, co. ^Iiddlesex, 3 
mouth, in 1906, buried at Branksome Park. March 1903. 



Harry Balfour Cedric Ludlow-Hewitt, 
born at Wick House, Pershore, co. 
Worcester, on Thursday, 1 7 May 1 888 ; 
educated at Marlborough ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 2nd Battalion Worcestershire 
Regiment 1917 ; served in i6th (Public 
Schools) Battalion London Regiment 
1914-17. 



Edith Caroline Annette, 
born at Clancoole, 
Bandon, co. Cork, on 
Tuesday, 10 May 1892, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Ballymodan, Bandon. 



Mary Dorinda Elizabeth, 
born at Wick House, 
Pershore, on Saturday, 
7 July 1S94, bapt. at 
Holy Cross, Pershore. 



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Jlomrr of Scamtngtcia, co* Mlartoicfe, anli 
of iBlatl0toort{), to. (S^ioucester. 



Henry Arnold Homer of Rydal Road, Lancaster, formerly of= 
Stepney, co. Middlesex (eldest son of 'I'humas Homer of Coventry, 
CO. Warwick, afterwards of The Lozells, near Birmingham, co. 
Warwick, bv his wife Mary Arnold of Coventry) ; born at Coventry 
21 April, bapt. privately, and received into the church at Holy 
Trinity, Coventry, ii June 1785; died, aged 78, 11 August 1863, 
bur. in the cemetery at Lancaster. M.L 



"Louisa Frances 
Wallis, died at 
Leamington, CO. 
Warwick, 1 1 
June 1866, bur. 
there. 



I 



Arthur Homer=T=Ma''ianne, dau. 



of St. Mark's 
Square, Bir- 
mingham ; 

died in India. 



of James Smith 
of Birmingham ; 
marr. at St. 
Thomas', Bir- 
mingham, 23 
December 1837 



Eliza Caroline, of Leamington 
Priors ; born 24 December 
1838 ; died unmarried at Lea- 
mington 15 November 1903, 
bur. there. Will dated i 
October 1903, proved at 
Birmingham 15 December 
1903, by Alice Elizabeth 
Stanlej', cousin. 



Henry Homer of Lea-r 
mington Priors, M.D. ; 
born at Stoke Newing- 
ton, CO. Middlesex, 10 
March 181 7; M.R.CS. 
Eng. and L.S.A. Lond. 
1840, M.D. Edin. 1841 ; 
died at Leamington 30 
April, bur. at Birding- 
bury, CO. Warwick, 4 
May 1882. Will proved 
at Birmingham 21 June 
1S82, by Elizabeth Ho- 
mer, relict, and Charles 
Marriott, Surgeon. 



Henry Arnold Homer= 
of Nailsworth, co. 
Gloucester ; born at 
Leamington 28 June 
1848; educated at 
Leamington College ; 
a Solicitor ; died at 
Nailsworth 27 No- 
vember 1 9 14, buried 
at Shortwood, near 
Nailsworth. 



=Rose Elizabeth Mar- 
garet, dau. of Charles 
Campbell Morris of 
Loddington Hall,co. 
Leicester ; born at 
Loddington Hall 19 
July 1839 ; marr. 
at the parish church, 
Leamington, 17 
October 1882. 



^Elizabeth, dau. of 
Robert Welchnian 
of Eathorp, co. War 
wick ; married at 
Wappenbury, co. 
Warwick, 14 Septem- 
ber 1847 ; died at 
Leamington 14 April 
i9oi,bur. at Birding- 
bury. Will proved at 
Birmingham 28 June 
1901, by Mary Cathe- 
rine Homer, spinster, 
daughter. 



Mary, died 
in infancy. 



Ellen, died 
in infancy. 



Charles Robert Homer of 
Binswood Avenue, Leaming- 
ton Priors; born 9 September 
1849, bapt. at Leamington; 
of Lincoln College, O.xford, 
matriculated 22 October 1868, 
B.A. 1876; died unmarried 
II March 1908, bur. at Bir- 
dingbury. Will proved at 
Birmingham 16 April igo8, 
by Mary Catherine Homer, 
spinster, sister. 



Mary Catherine, 
of Binswood 
Avenue, Leam- 
ington Priors ; 
born 27 February 
1851. 



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13 



Homer of ^t. |¥lar^ Cj)urft), to. ®el3on, 
anti of (glaDstone, (Eueenslauti* 



James Edward Homer of Brockley Court, 
afterwards of Wraxall House, both co. 
Somerset (only surviving son of Edward 
Homer of Newhall Street, Birmingham, co. 
Warwick, afterwards of West Town, Back- 
well, CO. Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Robert Lucas of Bristol, co. Gloucester) ; 
born at Birmingham 3 February, bapt. at 
St. Philip's, Birmingham, 23 July 1783; 
died, aged 73, at West Town 15 December 
1856, bur. at Wraxall. M.I. 



=j=Harriet, only dau. of Thomas 
I Gee of Bristol ; born 29 

November 1789; marr. at 
I Margate, co. Kent, 17 May 
I 1 8 10; died at Wraxall House 

3 January 1859, bur. at Wraxall. 
j M. I. Will proved at Bristol 
I 5 September 1859, by Robert 

I.ucas Chance, junior, and 

Jonathan Gray. 



Thomas Homer, Henry Homer of Graf-===Caroline, dau. of Thomas 



born at Brockley tonville, near Sydney, 
Court 20 April New South \\'ales ; 
born at Brockley 
Court 7 July 1812 ; 
died at Graftonville 
10 December 1900, 
bur. at Moorfield, 
near Sydney. 



181 1 ; died 
infancy. 



Parkinson of Kemsing, 
CO. Kent ; marr. at the 
parish church, Clevedon, 
CO. Somerset, 18 Septem- 
ber 1843 ; died at Graf- 
tonville 23 September 
1888, bur. at Moorfield. 



Harriet Gee, of Richmond 
Terrace, Clifton, co. Glou- 
cester ; born 9 February 
1815 ; died at Clifton 13 
November 1891. Will 
proved at Bristol 15 Feb- 
ruary 1892, by John 
Homer Chance and 
Thomas Edward Homer. 



Edward Thomas Homer of Barfield, Glad-= 
stone, Queensland; born at Bristol 15 
September 1845 \ educated at Sydney ; one of 
the pioneers of Central Queensl.and ; J. P. for 
Queensland ; Chairman of Shire Council, 
Divisional and Municipal Boards, of Banana, 
Queensland. 



=Sophia Leah, youngest 
dau. of David Allan 
Day of Bowen, Queens- 
land ; marr. at Bowen 
31 December 1880. 



Henry Charles Lucas 
Homer, born at Bris- 
tol 4 August 1846; 
died at Sydney in 
1858, bur. at Moor- 
field. 



Henry Thomas Homer of Brockley, Glad- 
stone; born at Bowen 14 October 1881; 
educated at Rockhampton Grammar School ; 
J. P. for Queensland ; married Grace Isabel, 
2nd dau. of William Hindmarsh of Rawbelle 
Station, Queensland. 



Frank Lucas Atherton,=Lorna Emily Ada, born 
son of John Townsend at Moura, Queensland, 



Athcrton of Miva Sta- 
tion in Wide Bay, 
Queensland {see next 
page). 



17 March I 883 ; marr. 
at Barfield, Queensland, 
7 April 1909. 



Mona Isabel Guy Thomas Homer, born at Bundaberg, 
Hindmarsh. Queensland, 13 October 1910. 



14 



Tonathan (jray of^Louisa, born 28 January 
Summerhlll House, 1817; niarr. at W'laxall, 
Sion Hill, in the co. Somerset, 14 July 
parish of Walcot, 
Bath, CO. Somerset. 



1840; died 30 June 
1S45, bur. at Wraxall. 



George Adams, horn^^Emily, born 2 March 



26 January 1819 ; 
died 9 December 
1897, bur. at Nailsea, 
CO. Somerset. 



1819; marr. at Wraxall 
10 October 1844 ; died 
25 May 1872, bur. at 
Nailsea. 



/K 



Charles (lee Homer of Clifton, co. Glou-= 
cester, formerly of Backwell, co. Somerset ; 
born 18 November 1820; died at Clifton 
26 June 1S85, bur. at Wraxall. M.I. Will 
proved in the Principal Registry 23 March 
1886, by Frances Matilda Homer, relict. 



"Frances Matilda, ymnigest dau. of C. L. Gee ; 
marr. at Kensington, London, i May 1850 ; died 
at Bristol, co. Gloucester, 26 May 1901. Adiiion 
(with will) was granted at the Principal Registry 
II April 1902, to Charles George Davis and 
Fanny Matilda Ball. 



John Homer Chance of Edgbaston, co. Warwick= 
(youngest son of Robert Lucas Chance of Birmmgham, 
CO. Warwick, by Louisa his wife, dau. of Edward 
Homer of West Town, co. Somerset) ; born at High- 
gate, CO. Middlesex, 31 July 1827 ; died, aged 73, at 
Matlock, CO. Derby, on Thursday, 15 November, bur. 
in Warstone Lane Cemetery, Birmingham, 19 November 
1900. He married istly 24 April 1852, Cornelia de 
Peyster, eldest dau. of George Chance of Birmingham ; 
she died 20 January 1867. 

(See Pedigree of Chance, Vol. 3, page 6j.) 



=Frances Maria, born 15 October 
1822 ; marr. at Wraxall, co. Somerset, 
25 February 1869 ; died, aged 83, 
at Edgbaston on Sunday, 7 August, 
bur. in Warstone Cemetery, Birming- 
ham, II August 1904. Will dated 
I September 1902, with two codicils 
dated 6 September 1902 and 23 
March 1903, proved at Birmingham 
4 November 1904, by the Rev. Charles 
Edward Adams and George D'Arcy 
Adams, M.D., nephews. 2nd wife. 



John Townsend=f=Frances Edith Louisa, born at Bristol Alan Williams-pHarriet Rose, born at 



Athertonof Miva 
Station in Wide 
Bay, Queensland. 



13 April 1848; marr. at Ashfreld, of Burronbing 

Sydney, New South Wales, 2 7 August Station, Nebo, 

1874 ; died 19 September 1899, bur. Queensland, 
at Moorfield, near Sydney. 



A 



Wollongong Station, 
New South Wales, 1 1 
January 1851. 



/K 



Edith Caroline Harriet, born at 
Moura 8 August 1887 ; died 
at Barfield, Queensland, 3 May 
1905, bur. there. 



Barnette Septon Hindmarsh,==Fanny Chance Eva, born at 
son of William Hindmarsh Moura 7 March 1892, bapt. 
of Rawbelle Station, Queens- there 15 May 1904; marr. at 
land. Barfield 10 June 1914. 



Anne, dau. of John= 
Henry Price of Chep- 
stow, CO. Monmouth ; 
born at Chepstow; marr. 
there 14 July 1848 ; 
died 22 November 1865, 
bur. at Newport, co. 
Monmouth, ist wife. 



^Thomas Edward Homer of St. Mary. 
Church, CO. Devon, formerly of Virginia, 
U.S.A. ; born at Wraxall 21 February 1828, 
bapt. there ; Civil Engineer ; died at St. 
Mary Church 18 January, bur. in the 
churchyard there 21 January 191 1. M.I. 
Will dated 7 April 1899, proved at Exeter 
24 February 191 1, by the Rev. William 
Emmanuel Pryke, Canon of Exeter. 



Albert Edward Worsley of Leonard= 
House, Boulevard, Weston-super- 
Mare, CO. .Somerset, M.D. ; born at 
The Heywoods, Golborne, co. 
Lancaster, 3 July 1849 ; educated 
at Durham School and Philadelphia 
University, U.S.A. 



'Evelyn Marie Louise, 
born at Neath, co. 
Glamorgan, 14 May 
1849; marr. at Green- 
wich, Prince William 
County, Virginia, 7 
January 1877. 



„Rosetta, youngest dau. 
of John Webb Andrews 
of Redland, Bristol, co. 
Gloucester ; born at 
Redland 1 7 February 
1838; marr. at the 
parish church, Aberyst- 
with, CO. Monmouth, 8 
February 1868 ; died at 
St. Mary Church 20 
December, bur. there 23 
December 1911. I\LL 
Will dated 28 April 
1 9 II, proved at Exeter 
7 February 191 2, by 
the Rev. Frederick 
Augustus Homer and 
the Rev. Thomas Acland 
Edmonds. 2nd wife. 



Rosetta Louisa Homer, of Victoria, 
British Columbia, Canada ; born 
at Newport, co. Monmouth, i 
December 1868, bapt. there. 

Frances Emily Maude Homer, of 
St. Mary Church ; born at Newport 
27 April 1870, bapt. there. 



James Edward Lucas Homer of=IsabeI Josephine, dau. 
Saskatoon, Canada; born at of William Kenney 
Greenwich, Virginia, U.S.A., 8 
October 187 1, bapt. at Thorough- 
fare, Virginia ; educated at Bristol 
Grammar School, Royal Grammar 
School, Lancaster, and at Univer- 
sity College, Bristol. 



of Lindsay, Ontario, 
Canada ; born , 29 
October 1894; marr. 
at Lindsay 29 January 
'913- 



Rev. Edmund Mark Davys (son of the Rev.=Harriet Gee Homer, 

Edmund Davys of Peterborough, co. North- born at Greenwich, 

ampton) ; born at Leicester on Christmas 

Day 1869, bapt. at Holy Trinity, Leicester; 

educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1882, 

and at Pembroke College, Cambridge, 

matriculated Michaelmas Term 1888, B.A. 

1891, M.A. 1895 ; Curate of Ellacombe, 

CO. Devon, 1910-16; Vicar of Cromer, co. 

Norfolk, 1916. 



Virginia, 11 August 
1873 ; marr. at St. 

Oxford, I o 

897. 



Giles'; 
August 



Leila, died in infancy. 



Annie Hilda Constance, 
of St. Mary Church ; 
born at Greenwich, 
Virginij, 1 1 August 
1876. 




COt^L^ 



e/f^-^^ 



-tx.-/'. 



Hetuitt, 



Anns. — Gules a chevron eiigiailt-il bclween three owls argent. 



Elizabeth, 4tli= 
<lau. of James 
Bradley of 
Prestbury, co. 
C h e s t e r, b y 
Elizabeth his 
wife, eldest dau. 
of John Hol- 
land of Clive, 
CO. Salop. I St 
wife. 



=Benjamin Hewitt ol lilm Hill,= 
Hawkhurst, co. Kent (son of Ben- 
jamin Hewitt, by Mary his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Thomas Swinton of 
Kiiutsford, CO. Chester) ; died, aged 
66, at Hath, co. Somerset, on Tues- 
day, i6 March 1847, bur. in the 
Abbey Cemetery, Bath. Will dated 
30 .•\pril 1841, with codicil dated 
13 July 1844, proved (P.C.C. 322, 
47) 7 April 1847, by Benjamin 
Bradley Hewitt and the Rev. Thomas 
Swinton Hewitt, sons. 



'Frances, dau. of Benjamin 
Bronitield of \\'avertree, co. 
Lancaster ; died, aged 8[, at 
I College Yard, Worcester, 
on Thursday, 9 June 1864. 
Will dated 13 February 1856, 
with codicil dated 31 Octo- 
ber 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 
474, 64) 16 July 1864, by 
Louisa Bromfield, spinster, 
sister, and Alfred Catchmayd 
Hooper. 2nd v.'ife. 



Benjamin Bradley Hewitt of Bishop's= 
Waltham, co. Hants; died, aged 81, at 
Bishop's Walthnm on Saturday, 7 June 1S90. 
Will dated 21 January 1890, with codicil 
dated 22 March 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
693. 90) 31 July i8go, by Benjamin Thomas 
Hewitt, son, deorge Calkin Andrew, cousin, 
and the Rev. Edward Swinton Hewitt, 
nephew. 



=Letitia Catherine, only dau. of 
ALajor Colin Campbell of 
Strachur, co. Argyll ; marr. at 
the parish church. ALarylebone, 
London, on Tuesday, 25 June 
1844 ; died at Bishop's Waltham 
on Sunday, 2 November 1873. 



James Bradley 
Hewitt, died 
in infancy. 



! 

Benjamin Tliomas Hewitt of St.= 
George's, Bishop's Waltham ; born 
at 15 Weymouth Street, Portland 
Place, London, on Thursday, 22 
July 1847 ; died, aged 62, at St. 
Ceorge's, Bisho[)'s Waltham, on 
Tuesday, 16 November, bur. at 
Bishop's Waltham on Saturday, 20 
November 1909. Will dated 5 
November 1909, proved at Win- 
chester 21 December 1909, by 
Letitia Marianne Hewitt, daughter, 
spinster, Arthur Bettesworth Hewitt 
and Thomas .Swinton Hewitt, sons. 



=Louisa Marianne, 3rd dau. of 
George Henry Gater of Winslowe 
House, Westend, co. Hants, by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of John Robert 
Cozens of Tetsworth, co. Oxford ; 
born at Westend 13 April, ba[)t. 
there 18 May 1852 ; marr. at South 
Stoneham, co, Hants, on Monday, 
II June 1877, marriage settlements 
dated 6 June. 

{Si'e Pedigree of Ga/er, Vol. rS, 
page 44.) 



Arthur Bettesworth 
Campbell Hewitt, 
born at Bishop's 
Waltham on Satur- 
day, 30 September 
1848. 



Letitia Mary, born 
at Bishop's Waltham 
on Friday, 28 Feb- 
ruary 1851 ; died 
there on Sunday, 
9 May 1852. 



Letitia Marianne, 
born at Bishop's 
Waltham on Fri- 
day, 25 October 
1878. 



Arthur Bettesworth 
Hewitt, born at St. 
George's Square, 
Bishop's Waltham, 
on ^Vednesday, 1 2 
.Mav 1880. 



Thomas Swinton 
Hewitt, born at 
Bishop's \A'altham 
on Friday, 23 
November 1883. 



Daisy Mary, born 
at Bishop's Wal- 
tham on Satur- 
day, 2 -April 
1887. 



I'-lsie, died 
infancy. 



A daughter died 
in infancy. 



Bettesworth Pitt Shearer of Swanmore= 
House, Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants ; 
died, aged 94, at Swanmore, East 
Molesey, co. Surrey, on Friday, 6 
February 1903, bur. at Swanmore. 
Will dated 10 April 1896, with three 
cotlicils dated 4 June 1898 to 2 
January 1901, proved (Prin. Reg., 
517, 1903) 15 .\pril 1903, by Dorothy 
Louise Barron, spinster, William 
Renny and Benjamin Thomas Hewitt. 



"Elizabeth Mary, marr. at the Cathedral, 
Bangor, on Tuesday, 5 April 1836, 
marriage settlements dated 4 April ; 
died at Swanmore House on Satur- 
day, 30 July 1870, bur. at Swanmore. 
Will dated 26 February 1863, with 
codicil dated 16 June 1869, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 355, 71) 3 May 1871, 
by Benjamin Bradley Hewitt and 
the Rev. Thomas Swinton Hewitt, 
brothers. 



Susan Catherine, 
died unmarried. 



A 



Rev. Thomas Swinton Hewitt, born at' 
Nantwich 17 November 1816, bapt. there ; 
of Worcester College, O.^ford, matriculated 
19 October 1837, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1846; 
Rector of North Harden, co. Sussex, 1851-58; 
Vicar of Leysters, co. Hereford, 1858 until 
his death ; died, aged 69, at the Vicarage, 
Leysters, on Thursday, 6 May 1886, bur. at 
Leysters. Memorial window in chancel. Will 
dated 13 March 1872, with codicil dated 23 
February 1886, proved at Hereford 23 June 
1 886, by Mary Hewitt, relict, and the Rev. 
Edward Swinton Hewitt, son. 



=Mary, dau. of John Gorham of John Bradley 

Cackham, West Wittering, co. Hewitt, died 

Susse.\ ; marr. at West Witter- in infancy. 

ing 29 June 1852 ; died at 

The Homestead, St. Michael's, 

near Tenbury, co. Worcester, 

29 November 19 14. Will dated 

24 January 1914, proved at 

Worcester 4 February 191 5, 

by the Rev. Edward Swinton 

Hewitt and the Rev. James 

Bradley Hewitt, sons. 



Rev. Edward Swinton Hewitt,= 
born at the Vicarage, East 
Marden, co. Sussex, 25 November 
1854, bapt. at East Marden; of 
Wadham College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 23 January 1874, B.A. 1878, 
M..A. 1881 ; Curate of Bockleton, 
CO. ^Vorcester, 1878-1900; Vicar 
of Hawkesbury, co. Gloucester, 
igoo-1904, and Vicar of 
Bockleton 1904. 



=Ruth, elder dau. of Colonel Richard Prescott-Decie of 
Pontrilas Court, Hereford, by his cousin Arabella his ist 
wife, dau. and heir of William George Prescott of 
Clarence, Roehampton, co. Surrey ; born 9 September 
1863 ; marr. at Bockleton (by her brother, the Rev. 
William Prescott-Decie, assisted by the Rev. James 
Bradley Hewitt) on Wednesday, 28 November 1900 ; 
died at the Vicarge, Bockleton, i February, bur. at 
Bockleton 5 February 191 7. M.L 

(See Pedigree of Pfcscott.) 



18 



Rear-Admiral John Gorham Hewitt, R.N. ; born 24= 
November 1S5S; Naval Cadet 15 July 1871, Sub- 
Lieutenant 1S77, Lieutenant 1882, Commander 1895, 
Captain 1901, Rear- Admiral (retired) 3 January 1911; 
Lieutenant H.^LS. "Iris" during the naval and 
military operations in the Eastern Soudan at Suakin 
1884-85 (Egyptian medal, Khedive's bronze star); 
died at i Henleaze Gardens, Westbury-on-Trym, co. 
Gloucester, 28 December 191 3. \\"i]\ dated 27 June 
1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 775, 14) 16 ^L^y 1914, by 
Katharine Elizabeth Hewitt, relict, the Rev. Edward 
Swinton Hewitt and the Rev. James Bradley Hewitt, 
brothers. 



=Katharine Eliza- 
beth, dau. of 
James P. Aytoun 
of VVestbook, 
Tenbury, co. 
Worcester ; mar- 
ried at St. 
Michael and All 
Angels', Tenbury 
(by the Rev. 
James Bradley 
Hewitt) on Tues- 
day, 27 June 1889. 



Katharine Eliza- 
betii, of Tenbury; 
born at Leysters 
II March 1861, 
bapt. there. 



Frances Gracia, 
born at Leysters 
30 April 1862 ; 
bapt. there. 



Rev. James Bradley Hewitt, born at Leysters, co. Hereford, = 
6 December 1863, bapt. there i January 1864; of Wadham 
College, Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1882, B.A. 1887; 
Curate of Dunchurch, co. Warwick, 1889-92, and of Pem- 
bridge, co. Hereford, 1S92-95; Rector of Upper Sapey, co. 
Hereford, 1895-1907; Vicar of Newbold-on-Avon and 
Chaplain of Long Lawford, co. Warwick, 1907. 



= Frances Marion, Mary Susan 

dau. of W. B. of Tenbury ; 

Cuninighame; born at East 

marr. at Yar- Marden, co. 

pole, CO. Here- Sussex, 24 

ford, 21 April December 

1896. 185s, bapt. 
there. 



Dorothy Marion, born at Alan James Cuninghame Hewitt, FVances Joan, born at 
Upper Sapey 25 April born at Upper Sapey 14 April Newbold-on-Avon 29 May 
1897, bapt there. 1904, bapt. there. 1908, bapt. there. 



^-<^^ ^f^^c</i4^ 



19 



^idjens of ^t. 3i^c$, co. Corntoall 



William Hichens {yd son of \\'illiani Hichens=j=Margaret, dau. of Robert and 



of St. Ives, CO. Cornwall, by Mary his wife, 
dau. of John Williams of St. Ives) ; bapt. at 
St. Ives 22 April 1751; died 14 January, 
bur. at St. Ive.s 17 January 1785. 



Mary Jope of Callington, co. 
Cornwall ; marr. at St. Ives 
4 December 1777; died 11 
July 1795. 



Mary, born 
23 December 
1779, bapt. at 
Illogan. CO. 
Cornwall, 19 
A[)ril 1780; 
died 30 May 
1833, buried 
at St. Ives. 
Adiiion (with 
undated will) 
was granted 
(P.C.C. 580 
Farquhar) 25 
September 
i833,to Eliza- 
beth Scott, 
sister. 



James Wood- 
ward Scott, 
Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 
6 November 
'795; l)ur. at 
Dover, co. 
Kent. 



="Elizabetli, born 
T April, bapt. at 
Illogan 1 1 May 
1781 ; marr. at 
St. Ives 17 
March 1803 ; 
died, aged 81, 
at St. Ives 29 
June, bur. there 
7 Julv 1862. 
Will dated 5 
November I S33, 
with codicil 
dated 2 April 
1850, proved 
(Prin.Reg.,473, 
62) I .•\ugust 
1862, by Charles 
Henrv Rhodes. 



Robert Hichens of East^ 
Dulwich, CO. Surrey, for- 
merly of 21 Threadneedle 
.Street, London ; born 13 
November, bapt. at Illogan j 
20 December 1782; died, 
aged 82, at East Dulwich 
on Monday, 20 March 1865, 
bur. in Camberwell Borough 
Cemetery, East Dulwich, 27 
March 1865. Will dated 
27 January 1865, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 250, 65) 7 
April 1S65, by John Jope 
Rogers, the Rev. Thomas 
Sikes Hichens, son, and 
Andrew Kinsman Hichens, 
nephew. 



=Jane, 2nd dau. of 
Westgarth Snaith, 
Banker, by Jane his 
wife, dau. of Thomas 
.Sikes, Banker, of 
5 Mansion House 
Street, London ; born 
2 February, bapt. at 
St. Mary Woolnoth, 
London, 19 March 
I 799 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Hackney, co. 
.Middlesex, on Thurs- 
day, 7 August 1823; 
died 1 5 May, bur. in 
Camberwell Borough 
Cemetery, East Dul- 
wich, 23 May 1862. 



Jane, born 23 
May, bapt. at 
St. Giles', 
Camberwell, 
30 June 1824; 
died, aged 10, 
at Ivast Dul- 
wich on Satur- 
day, 21 June 
1835, buried 
at St. Mary 
Wool n o t h, 
London. 



Rev. AVilliam Hichens, 
born 15 July 1825, bapt. 
at St. Giles', Camberwell, 
9 November 1825 ; of 
St. John's College, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 6 
December 1842, B.A. 
1847 ; Fellow of Exeter 
College 1850 ; Curate of 
St. I'^eock, CO. Cornwall ; 
died there, aged 25, 17 
August 1850, bur. at St. 
Ives. . 

Margaret Jope, born 6 
December 1826, 'oapt. 
at St. Giles', Camberwell, 
12 January 1827 ; died 
on Sunday, 1 2 August 
1849, bur. at St. Mary 
\Voolnf)tli. 



Robert Snaith Hichens=j=Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Hooper 



of St. Ives ; born i 
June, bapt. at St. 
Chiles', Camberwell, 9 
July 1828 ; Ensign 
29th Regiment Madras 
Native Inlantry 8 
September 1848 ; Lieu- 
tenant 3 August 1855 ; 
died, aged 40 at St. 
Ives on Tuesday, lo 
November, bur. at St. 
Ives 14 November 
1868. Will dated 10 
October 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 710, 68) 
26 November 1868, 
by Elizabeth Hichens, 
relict, and John Knill 
To[)e Hichens. 



Wilton of Whilminstcr House, co. 
Gloucester, by Harriet his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. John Jones, 
Vicar of Foye, co. Heieford : 
born 21 October 1833, bapt. at 
St. Mary le Lode, Gloucester, 7 
January 1834; marr. at Easting- 
ton, CO. Gloucester, 23 February 
1853 ; died at Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Friday, 2 1 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Leckhampton, co. 
Gloucester, 24 February 1913. 
Will -dated 24 April 1900, with 
codicil dated 12 February 1909, 
proved at Ciloucester 7 April 1913, 
by the Rev. Ernest Clapton, son- 
in-law, and the Rev. Charles 
Henry Jones '\\'iUon, nephew. 



Rtv. Ernest Clapton (2nd son of William Clapton, M.R.C.S., of 4=f=Ma;garet Jane, born at Puose- 



Que^'n Street Place, London, by Mary Jane his wife, youngest dau 
of F,dward Hall of Wansford, co. Northampton) : born at 2 Peter's 
Hill, Doctors' Commons, London, on Sunday, 6 November 1864, 
bapt. privately the same day (baptism registered at St. Peter's, 
Paul's Wharf, London) ; educated at Merchant Taylors' School, 
and Scholar of Magdalen College, Cambridge, B.A. (2nd-class 
Classical Tripos, parts i and 2) 1886, M.A. 1892; Vicar of 
Stebbing, co. Essex, May 1901-1909, and of Hatherden, co. 
Hants, 26 July 1909. /fv 



wankum, near Madras, India, 25 
August, bapt. privately 8 Decem- 
ber 1854 (baptism registered in 
church at Vepery, Madras, 25 
January 1855) ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Cheltenham ; (by the 
Rev. Charles ;Turner^ Wilton), 
on Wednesday, 20 July 1892. 



{See Vol. 10, page 10.) 



Maria Susanna, dau.=f»Williani Hichens of CaniberWell= 
of William Lloyd of Ciiove ; born 12 August, bapt. at 
Peckhaii], co. Sur- lUogan, co. Cornwall, 5 Sepieni- 
rey ; niarr. at Cam- ber 1784; died, agtd 65, at 
berwell, co. Surrey, Caniberwell Grove on Cliristnias 
on Wednesday, i Day, 1849, bur. at .St. Giles', 
March 1815; died, ("ambcrwell, i January 1850. 
aged 39, on Tuesday, | M.I. Will dated 20 November 
24 July, bur. at St. ! 1849, proved (P.C'.C. 122, 50) 9 
(jiles', Camberwell, ' February 1850, by John Jope 
31 July T826. M.I. Rogers and George Wiggins. 
I.St wife. ^4v 



=j=Anne I'^lizabeth, daughter of Major 
Andrew Kinsman ; marr. at Stone- 
house, CO. Devon, 24 December 
i 1827 ; died, aged 79, at Shoreham, 
CO. Kent, on Sunday, 22 September 
187B, bur. there. Will dated 25 
July 1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 791, 
78), 9 October 1878, by Andrew 
Kinsman Hichens and John Knill 
Jope 1 lichens, sons. 2nd wife. 



^ I I. 

Catherine Jackson, born 20 

April, bapt. at St. Giles', 
Camberwell, 26 May 1830; 
died, aged 40, at Pau, France, 
on Saturday, 29 October 
1870, bur. there. \\'ill dated 
4 August 1866, with codicil 
dated 2 November 1866, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 31, 71) 7 
January 1871, by Andrew 
Kinsman Hichens and the 
Rev. Frederick Harrison 
Hichens, brother. 



Mary Elizabeth, born 1 7 
April, bapt. at St. (liles', 
Camberwell, 1 June 1832; 
died, aged 23, at Ventnor, 
Isle of Wight, on Sunday, 4 
November 1855, bur. at St. 
Catherine's, Ventnor. 



Rev. Thomas Sikes Hichens, born= 
20 F'ebruary, bapt. at St. Giles', Cam- 
berwell, 20 June 1834; of E.\eter 
College, 0.\ford, matriculated 5 March 
1852, Stapledon Scholar 1852-57, B.A. 
1856, M.A. 1858 ; Curate of St. James', 
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, 1857-59, of 
Itchenstoke, co. Hants, 1859-61, of 
Speldhurst, co. Kent, 1862-64 ; Vicar 
and Patron of Guilsborough, co. North- 
ampton, 1864-1902; Rural Dean of 
Haddoii (sst deanery) 1882 ; Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough 1899 : died, 
aged 82, at Woodlane House, Falmouth, 
CO. Cornwall, on Saturday, 25 March 
1916, bur. at F\almouth. Will dated 
20 July 1899, with four codicils dated 
18 August 1900 to 19 December 19 14, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 868, 1916) 19 
May 191 6, by the Rev. John Oldham 
Hichens, son, and Helen Mary Hichens. 
spinster, daughter. 



=Mary, dau. of the 
Rev. John Roberts 
Oldham, Vicar of 
Ottershaw, co. .Surrey, 
by Esther his wife, 
dau. of Robert Saun- 
ders of Henley - on - 
Thames, co. Oxford ; 
born 24 August 1839, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Huddersfield, co. 
York ; marr. at St. 
Giles' Camberwell 
(by the Rev. John 
Roberts Oldham and 
the Rev. Frederick 
Harrison Hichens) 
on Tuesday, 4 F"eb 
ruary 1862. 



Helen Mary, Sir Edward Charles Kayll Ollivant, K.C.I.E., of 2 Westbourne= 
born 2 1 March, Crescent, Paddington, London (only son of the Rev. Edward 
bapt. atGuils- Ollivant, Rector of Erbistock, co. Denbigh, by Susan Fdaria 
borough 28 his wife, dau. of John James Kayll of Douglas, Isle of Man) ; 
April 1865. born 7 February 1846, bapt. at Barkvvay, co. Hertford; 

educated at Marlborough; joined Indian Civil Service 14 
August 1 868 ; Mimicipal Commissioner in Bombay 1881-90, Political 
Agent, Kathiawar, 1890-95, Commissioner in Sind 1895-96, officiating 
Chief Secretary to the Government of Bombay 1896-97, Member of 
Council 1897-1902; CLE. i June 1888, K.C.I.E. 25 May 1892; Memiier 
of the Council of Marlborough College and of the Managing Committee 
of King's College Hospital; Director of the Bombay, Baroda and Central 
IndianRailway, and of the British Electric Tractor Co. He married istly 
6 December 1870, Lucy Caroline, dau. of .Arthur Shelley Eddis, Q.C., Judge 
of County Courts ; she died 10 May 1891. 

(.5"^^ Pedigree of Ollivant, Vol. 6, page 18, nnd Addenda, Vol. 7, page ix.) 



=Edith Margaret, 
born 26 March, 
bapt. at Guils- 
borough 28 .April 
1867 ; marr. there 
(by her uncle, 
the Rev. Canon 
Frederick Harri 
son Hichens, and 
her brother, the 
Rev. John Old- 
ham Hichens) on 
Thursday, 14 
September 1899. 
2nd wife. 



Charlotte Elizabeth, born 6 September 1855, bapt. at Penang, Straits Settlements, 
I January 1856; died 11 August 1870, bur. at Holy Trinity, llfracombe, co. Devon. 



Rev. Frederick Harrison Hichens, born, 
2 2 April, bapt. at St. Giles', Cambervvell, 
CO. Surrey, 27 May 1836 ; of Exeter 
College, Oxford, matriculated 23 June 
1854, Scholar 1854-58. B A. i860, M.A. 
1867 ; Curate of Speldh'.irst, 1864-80 ; 
Rector of Hackington (St. Stephen's, 
Canterbury), both co. Kent, 1885-1905 ; 
Hon. Canon of Canterbury 1897. 



^Abigail Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Arthur Smythe, 
M.D., of Pau, l'"rance, and of co. ^Vestnleath, by 
Anna Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Adam jote 
Gibbons of Trincomalee, Ceylon, and of the 
Hon*"'' East India Co.'s Service ; marr. at the 
English Church, Pau, 26 February 1862; died, 
aged 81, at Pennance House, Falmouth, 22 June, 
bur. at Falmouth 24 June 1920. 



i I 

Margaret, born Robert Smythe Rev. Arthur John Galpin, I). D. (2nd- 
22 November Hichens, born son of John (jalpin of Dorchester, 
1862, bapt. at 14 November, co. Dorset) ; of Trinity College, 
Sunningdale, bapt. at Speld- Oxford, matriculated 11 October 
CO. Berks, i hurst on Christ- 1879, aged 18, Scholar 1879-84, 
January 1863. mas Day 1864; B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886, D.D. ; 
educated atClif- Lecturer in Classics 1886-87; 
ton College. Assistant Master Marlborough Col- 

lege 1887-96, Head- Master King's 
School, Canterbury, 1S96-1910; 
Hon. Canon of C'anterbury 19 10; 
Rector of Saltwood, co. Kent, 1910. 



= Millicent Jane, born 
14 August, bapt. at 
Speldhurst 21 Sep- 
tember 1866 ; marr. 
at St. Stephen's, 
Canterbury (by the 
Rev. Frederick Harri- 
son Hichens and 
the Rev. Francis 
Galpin) on Tuesday, 
2 January 1900. 



A 



. I 

Thomas Sikes Hichens, born= 
20 September, bapt. at Guils- 
borough, CO. Northampton, 
22 October 1869 ; educated 
at Winchester and at the 
Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery 15 February 
1889, Lieutenant 15 Feb- 
ruary 1S92, Captain 1890; 
served in South African \Var 
1899 ; died, aged 30, at 
Bloemfontein, South Africa, 
on Monday, 11 June 1900, 
bur. there. Will dated 5 June 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1183, 1900) 31 August 1000, 
by Rosalind de Camera 
Hichens, the relict. 



=Rosalind de 

Camera, youngest 
dau. of Charles 
Chambers of 
Clough House, 
Rotheram, co. 
York ; married 
at All Saints', 
Rotherham (by 
the Rev. Thomas 
Sikes Hichens) 
on Wednesday, 
17 May 1899. 



Rev. John 01dham= 
Hichens, born 23 No- 
vember 1870, bapt. at 
Guilsborough 22 Jan- 
uary 1S71 ; educated 
at Winchester and at 
Trinity College, 0.x- 
ford, matriculated 12 
October 1889, B.A. 
(4th -class History) 
1892 ; M.A. 1898 ; 
Curate of Dartford, 
CO. Kent, 1894-97, of 
St. Matthew's, Lei- 
cester, 1887 -1902 ; 
Vicar of Guilsborough 
1902 ; Diocesan 
Inspector, Haddon 
Deaner}', 1906. 



"Gwendoline, elderdau. 
of Charles Ring An- 
derson of Clapham, 
CO. Surrey, and of 
Jesniond House, co. 
Northumberland; 
born 12 March, bapt. 
at St. Mary Mag- 
dalen's, Paddington, 
London, 24 April 
1873; "larr. at St. 
Peter and St. Paul, 
Charlton, Dover, 
CO..: Kent (by the 
Rev. Thomas Sikes 
Hichens) on Wednes- 
day, 23 October 
1907. 



Thomas Sikes Hichens, born 4 September, 
bapt. at Guilsborough 7 October 191 1. 



Gwendoline Sibella, born 14 April, 
bapt. at Guilsborough 22 May 1913. 



Courtenay Garrard Prance (eldest son of= 
Courtenay C. Prance of Hatherley Court, 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester); born 13 Decem- 
ber 1855; Solicitor; died 9 January 1889, 
bur. at l-eckhampton, co. (Gloucester. /t\ 



=Mary Katherine, born 21 June, bapt. at 
Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 29 July 1857 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Cheltenham, on Thursday, 1 1 
November 1880. 



Rev. Arthur Smythe Hichens, born 21 January, bapt. at Speldhurst, co. Kent,=Louisa Nora, 

I March 1868; educated at Clifton College and at Magdalen College, Oxford, dau. of William 

matriculated 21 October 1886, B.A. (^rd-class History) 1889; M.A. 1899; Williamson 

B. D. ; Curate of Potter's Bar, co. Middlesex, 1891-93, of Helston 1893-95, of Smyrna; 

of Marhamchurch, both co. Cornwall, 1896-98, and of Rusthall, co. Kent, marr. at All 

1898-1900; Chaplain at Smyrna 1900-1909, Chaplain to Bishop of Gibraltar Saints', Boujah, 

and HeadMaster of Waynfiete School, Boujah, Smyrna, 1909-12; Commis.sary Smyrna, 18 

to Bishop of Jerusalem 1913-16; Canon Resident of St. George's Collegiate June 1901. 
Church, [erusalem, 191 2 ; Commissary for Syria and Palestine ; temporary 
Chaplain to the Forces 1915 ; Vice-President of the Syria and Palestine Scout 
Association; Rector of Penicuik, co. Midlothian, 1919. 



Basil Snaith Hichens, born 
21 June, bapt. at Guils- 
borough, CO. Northampton, 
28 July 1873 ; educated 
at Charterhouse (admitted 
1887) and at Hertford 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 14 October 1890. 



Gobert William Hichens,= 
born 31 March, bapt. at 
Guilsborough ig May 1877 ; 
educated at Winchester and 
at New College, Oxford, 
matriculated October 1896 ; 
B.A. 1899 ; admitted a 
Solicitor January 1903, 



=A!ice Margaret, 2nd dau. of James 
]5ull of Hove, CO. Sussex ; born at 
Valverde del Carmino, Huebra Pro- 
vince, Andalusia, Spain, 9 October 
1886, bapt. at Seville, Spain; marr. 
at St. James', Weybridge, co. Surrey, 
7 August 1920. 



Colonel John Salmon Blaxland (eldest son of Major-General John=Fanny Snaith, born 
Blaxland, by Ann his wife) ; born at Dharwar, Bombay, India, 9 January, 28 June, bapt. at 
bapt. at Belgaum, Bombay, 6 February 1842; Ensign Madras Native 
Infantry 4 September 1859, Lieutenant 1862, Captain 1872, Major 1879, 
Lieut.- Colonel 1885, Colonel (retired) 4 September 1889; died, aged 
56, at Edgbaston House, Pittville, Prestbury, Cheltenham, co. 
Gloucester, on Thursday, 10 March, bur. in the cemetery at Cheltenham 
14 March 1898. 



Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 
12 August 1858; marr. 
at St. Mary's, Chel- 
tenham, 30 June 
1881. 



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Commander Hugh Conybeare 
Hichens, R.N. ; born 15 
June, bapt. at Guilsborough 
CO. Northampton, 18 August 
1880; entered as Naval 
Cadet 15 January 1894, 
Midshipman 1896, Sub-Lieu- 
tenant 1899, Lieutenant (4 
firsts) 1 90 1, Commander in 
Mining School, H.M.S. 
" Vernon," Portsmouth. 



William Cecil Holt Cree (son of the' 
Rev. William Cree, Precentor of St. 
Matthias', Earl's Court, London ; born 4 
August 1882; 2nd Lieutenant Royal 
Artillery 23 July 1901 ; Lieutenant 
1904; Captain 19 14; served in the 
European War 1914; died at Boulogne, 
France, from wounds received at the 
first battle of Ypres 24 October, bur. at 
Falmouth, co. Cornwall, 29 October 
1914. 



A 



=Wilmot Avis, born 30 
July, bapt. at Guils- 
borough 1 8 September 
1881 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Falmouth, co. 
Corn wall (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Frederick 
Harrison Hichens and 
the Rev. William 
Cree) on Tuesday, 4 
January 19 10. 



Peverell Smythe Hichen.s, M.D. ; born at Speldhurst= 
27 June, bapt. privately 3 July and received into 
the church 7 August 1870; educated* at Clifton 
College, at King's School, Canterbury, and at 
Magdalen College, O.xford, matriculated 16 October 
1888; B.A. ( I st-class Physiology) 1892; M.D. 1903 ; 
Lieut.- Colonel Royal .Army Medical Corps (Terri- 
torials)! 914 -19 ; served in the European War. 



Constance Sawbridge, elder dau. of 
Colonel Leonard Downes, R.A., of 
Donnington Lodge, near Newbury, co. 
Berks ; marr. at Shaw-cum-Donnington, 
CO. Berks (by the Rev. Frederick Harrison 
Hichens and the Rev. Thomas Sikes 
Hichens), on Thursday, 19 July 1906. 



Loveday Constance, born 14 May, bapt. at Robert Peverell Hichens, born 2 IVLirch, bapt. 
All Saints', Northampton, 18 June 1907. at All .Saints', Northampton, 14 May 1909. 



j^t^: ^ ^■K'^^ 



LAKING. 

Ar7Hs on record in the College of Arms. — Quarterly : Per fesse indented 
azure and argent in the first quarter a falcon close belled and 
jessed or in the second and third quarters an ermine spot 
sable and in the fourth quarter a dexter gauntlet of the third ; 
and (as an honourable augmentation) on a chief gules a lion 
passant guardant or armed and langued azure (being one of the 
lions from His Majesty's Royal Arms). 

Crest. — A dexter cubit arm vested azure cuffed ermine the hand holding 
a palm branch both proper between two falcons respecting 
each other as in the arms. 

Supporters. — On either side a man in complete armour visor closed 
proper each resting the exterior hand on a shield charged with 
the arms. 

Motto. — Palmam qui meruit ferat. 



lafeing. 



Francis \\'illiam Laking of 13 Addison Road, Kensington,= 
London (eldest son of Francis Laking of The Terrace, 
Putney, co. Surrey, formerly of Curzon Street, Mayfair, 
London, by Mary his wife); died at 13 Addison Road, 
Kensington, aged 78, on Tuesday, 25 November 1873. 
Will dated 22 January 1859, proved (Prin. Reg., 46, 74) 
10 January 1874, by Louisa Jane Laking, the relict. 



=Louisa Jane, dau. of Thomas 
Wilkinson of Plymouth, co. 
Devon ; marr. 1 2 October 
1844; died at 13 Addison 
Road, Kensington, aged 77, 
on Saturday, 17 March 1894. 



Mary Ann, born at Addison Road, Kensington, London, on Saturday, 9 August 1845 ; Louisa 
died at Castle Hill, Maidenhead, co. Berks, on Tuesday, 30 January 1912. Will dated Mary. 
2 April 1903, proved in the Principal Registry 12 March 19 12, by Louisa Mary Laking, 
sister. 



Emma Ann, 2nd^ 
dau. of Joseph 
Mansell of Ken- 
sington, London; 
marr. at St. 
James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 
on Tuesday, 26 
January 1875 ; 
died at 62 Pall 
Mall, London, 
aged 62, on 
Wednesday, i 
March, cremated 
at Golder's Green, 
CO. Middlesex, 
on Saturday, 4 
March 1905- 

1st wife. 



^Sir Francis Henry Laking, Baronet, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., M.D. ;= 
born at Addison Road, Kensington, London, on Saturday, 
9 January 1847; educated at Heidelberg and at St. 
George's Hos|)ital, London; L.R.C.S. 1868, L.S.A. 1869, 
M.D. Heidelberg 1869, M.R.C.P. Lond. 1872; House 
Physician, St. George's Hospital, 1869-70, Medical Registrar 
1871-74, Physician to Victoria Hospital for Children and to 
Gordon Hospital ; Surgeon-Apotliecary to Queen Victoria 
1874-igoi; Physician-in-Ordinary and Surgeon-Apiothecary 
to King lidvvard VH., to H.M. King George V., and to 
H.M. Queen Alexandra; Surgeon-Apothecary to H.^L's 
Household and to that of H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught ; 
Physician -in-Ordmary to T.R.H. Prince and Princess 
Schleswig-Holstein 1903; knighted 1893, K.C.V.O. 27 Sep- 
tember 1898, G.C.V.O. 22 August 1902, K..C.B. 3 June 1910; 
created a Baronet of the United Kingdom 28 July 1902 ; 
Member of the Royal Institute of Great Britain and of 
Executive Committee of King Edward VH.'s Sanatorium ; 
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour, ist-class (gold), Order 
of Merit of Turkey, Cirand Cross of the Danish Order of the 
Dannebrog, Norwegian Order of St. Olav, Swedish Order 
of the Polar Star, Grand Cordon of the Order of the 
Crown of Italy, Immaculate Conception of Portugal, and 
Knight Commander of the Order of the Saviour of (jreece ; 
died in London on Thursday, 21 May, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Monday, 25 May 1914, after a service 
at the Chapel Royal, St. James'. Adfnon (with will dated 
21 March 1905) was granted in the Principal Registry 17 
June 1 914, to Sir Guy Grancis Laking, Baronet, son. 



=Eleanor Mary, dau. 
of James Hack- 
worth of Rosselyn, 
Dunedin ; marr. at 
All Saints', Norfolk 
Square, London, 
on Thursday, 8 
June 1905 ; died 
at 18 Cavendish 
Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 22 
October 191 2. 
She married istly 
Julius Angerstein of 
33 Norfolk Square, 
London. 2nd wife. 



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born at=, 



Sir Guy Francis Laking, Baronet, C.B., M.V.O., F.S.A. ; 
Cleveland Row, St. James', London, on Thursday, 2 i October 1875 
at Westminster School; Keeper of the King's Armoury 1902, Keeper, 
Secretary and Accounting Officer of the London Museum 191 1, and 
Inspector of the Armour of the Wallace Collection at Hertford House ; 
C.B. 22 June 1914, M.V.O. (4th-class) 1901 ; Knight of Grace of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; 
Member of Japan Society; Knight Commander of Order of Charles HL of 
Spain, Commander of Order of the Crown of Italy and 3rd-class Order of 
the Crown of Prussia, Officer of Order of Royal Crown of Wurtemburg, of 
Leopold of Belgium, and ist-class Cross of St. John the Lateran ; Author 
of "The Armoury at Windsor Castle," 1904, "The Armoury of the Knights 
of St. John," 1905, "The Furniture of Windsor Castle," 1905, and "The 
Sfevres Porcelain of Buckingham Palace," 1907; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baronet 21 May 1914 ; died at Meyrick Lodge, Avenue Road, Regent's 
Park, London, aged 44, on Saturday, 22 November, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery, London, on Thursday, 27 November 19 19, after a service at the 
Chapel Royal, St. James'. Will dated 8 March 19 10, proved in the 
Principal Registry 2 January 1920, by Dame Beatrice Ida Lakihg, the 
relict, and Leonard Edward Grossman Barker, brother-in law. 



==Beatrice Ida, 2nd 
educated , dau. of Ciiarles 



Mylne Barker of 
65 West bourne 
Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London ; 
married at St. 
Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London, 
on Thursday, 2 1 
July 1898. 



Joan Frances, born at 7 
Norfolk Square, London, 
on Thursday, 4 October 
1900. 



Sir Guy Francis William Laking, Baronet ; 
born at St. James' Palace on Sunday, 
3 January 1904 ; succeeded his father as 
2nd Baronet 22 November 1919. 



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JFreeman, formerly of ^omerlea^e, co. 

Somerset. 



Jolin Freeman of Pedmore Hall, co.= 
Worcester, afterwards of Harborne, co. 
Stafford (eldest son of Joseph Freeman of 
Summerhill, in Kingswinford, co. Stafford, 
and afterwards of Pedmore Hall, by Emmete 
Pettener his wife) ; born 26 August, bapt. at 
Pedmore 29 August 1786; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 April 1804, B.A. 1808, 
^[.A. 181 1 ; died 21 November 1824, bur. in 
the church at Pedmore. M.I. Will dated 30 
September 1 824, proved (P.C.C.) 30 April 1 825. 



=Mary Ann (younger sister and coheir of the 
Rev. Edward Carless, Curate - in - Charge of 
Wolstanton, co. Stafford, and Vicar of 
Wonastow, co. Monmouth), dau. of William 
Carless of Birmingham and of The Ravenhurst, 
Harborne, co. Stafford, Master Extraordinary 
in Chancery, by Mary Pratchett his wife ; 
born 6 March 1786, bapt. at Harborne; marr. 
there 22 March 1809 ; died 25 November 1824, 
bur. at Dowry Chapel, Hotwells, Bristol, co. 
Gloucester. M.I. in Pedmore Church. 



Rev. Francis Theophilus Blackburne (eldest son of the=Sarah Eliza, born at Metchley Grange, 



Rev. Francis Blackburne, Rector of Weston-super-Mare, 
CO. Somerset) ; of Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1831, 
M.A. ; Perpetual Curate of Cannock, co. Stafford ; 
died, aged 62, at Abbotsford, Stockton, Tenbury, co. 
Worcester, 20 February 1868, bur. at Stockton. 



Harborne, i March 181 1, bapt. pri- 
vately the same day ; marr. at North- 
ampton 4 May 1842 ; died, aged 64, 
on Sunday, 4 April 1875, bur. at 
Ellesmere, co. Salop. 



! 

Edward Augustus Freeman of Somerleaze, near Wells, co. Somerset, = 
D.C.L., LL.D., Historian; born at Metchley Abbey, Harborne, 
2 August, bapt. at Harborne 18 August 1823 ; of Trinity College, 
Oxford, matriculated 7 June 1841, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848, Fellow 
1845-47, Rhetorical Reader 1846, Hon. Fellow 1880; created 
D.C. L. 22 June 1870; Fellow of Oriel College and Regius 
Professor of Modern History 1884 ; Hon. LL.D. of Cambridge 
1874, and of Edinburgh 1884 ; Knight Commander of Order of 
the Redeemer of Greece, 1875 ; J. P. for co. Somerset; .\uthor of 
"The Norman Conquest," the "History of Sicily," and other 
works ; died at Alecante in Spain 16 March 1892, bur. in the 
protestant cemetery there. Will dated 16 December 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 748, 92) 9 July 1892, by Eleanor Freeman, relict. 
Portrait in the hall of Trinity College, Oxford. 



C ffC^ ^ vi^^'f^t^^ 



.Eleanor, dau. of Other 
the Rev. Robert issue 
Gutch, Rector died in 
of Segrave, co. infancy. 
Leicester, for- 
merly Fellow of 
Queens' College, Cam- 
bridge ; marr. at Segrave 
13 April 1847 ; died at 
East Liberty, Wells, 26 
November 1903, bur. in 
the burial ground of Wells 
Cathedral. Will dated 28 
November 1902, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 40, 1904), 11 
January 1904, by Harold 
Freeman, son. 



Sir Arthur John Evans of Youlbury, near Oxford, D.Litt., LL.D., F. R.S.,==Margaret, born 

F.S.A. (eldest son of Sir John Evans of Nash Mills, co. Hertford, K.C.B., at Oaklands, 

D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., by Harriet Ann his ist wife, dau. of John Dickinson Dursley, co. 

of .'\bbots Hill, CO. Hertford, F.R.S.); born at Nash Mills in 1851, bapt. Gloucester, 17 

there ; educated at Harrow and at Brasenose College, Oxford, matriculated October 1848, 

9 June 1870, aged 18, B.A. (ist Hist.) 1874, M.A. 1S82, Hon. Fellow; bapt. there; 

D.Litt. (O.xford). Hon. LL.D. (Edin.), Hon. D.Litt. (Dublin), Hon. Ph.D. marr.atWookey, 

(Berlin) 1910; F.R.S. , F.S.A. (Vice-President), President of Hellenic Society; co. Somerset, 

Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford 1884-1908, Hon. Keeper 1908; 17 September 

Extraordinary Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, University of Oxford, 1878 ; died at 

19 10; discoverer and excavator of Palace of Minos; Royal gold medallist Alassio in Spain 

Royal Institute of British Architects 1909 ; President of the British Association 1 1 March 1893, 

19 1 6 and 1917 ; knighted in 191 1 ; Author of "Through Bosnia, &c.," 1895, bur. there. 
"Antiquarian Researches in Illyricum," 1883-85, and other works. 



30 



Harold Freeman of Somerleaze, near Wells, co. Somerset, = 
afterwards of Thorn Bank, Malvern Wells, co. Worcester; born 
at Oakkinds, Dursley, co. Gloucester, 15 January 1850, bapt. 
there; of Oriel College, O.xford, matriculated 23 October 1868, 
B.A. 1872; died, aged 66, in London, on Saturday, 15 July, 
bur. in the cemetery at Malvern Wells on Thursday, 20 July 
1916. M.I. in church there. Will dated 5 August 1903, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 79, 17) 5 January 191 7, by Alice Mary Freeman, 
relict. 



-v_y*^coctKr c^ 'yXLx. 



=Alice Mary, of Malvern Wells 
(his 2nd cousin), dan. of Daniel 
Hell Wakefield, Judge of the 
Supreme Court, Wellington, 
New Zealand, by Angela his 
2nd wife, dau. of Thomas 
Attwood, M.I', for Birmingham 
{see page j6) ; born at Welling- 
ton 9 October 1849 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants, 19 December 1874. 



Major Edward Freeman, born at Isleworth, co. Middlesex, 20 November= 
1875, bapt. there ; educated at Uppingli:im and at Oriel College, O.xford ; 
brought together and trained the Pwllheli Company of Volunteers, 
of which he was given the Captaincy during the South African War 
1899-1902 ; Captain 6th Pattalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1900, Major and 
2nd in Command loth Battalion September 1915 ; served in European War, 
and was killed in action at St. Eloi, near Ypres, Flanders, 6 March 
1916, bur. at Spoilharik, Zillebeke, near Ypres. M.I. in the church at 
Alalvern Wells. Will dated 25 September 1915, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1251, 16) 10 July igi6, by Thomas Arthur Carless Attwood and 
George I'VeJtrick Cunningham Yale. 



^C^^c,.^t^c< .^^^^^-^ 



=Katherine Margaret, 
of Bryn Celyn, 
Pwllheli, CO. Carnar- 
von, dau. of Major- 
General William 
Augustus Gillespie 
of Brynderwyn, Usk, 
CO. Monmouth, and 
Bombay Staff Corps ; 
marr. at St. Pancras', 
London, 12 May 
1897. She married 
2ndly at Llanfi- 
hangel - Bachelleth, 
CO. Carnarvon, 3 
July 191 8, Robert 
Thomas Ffoulkes of 
Pwllheli. 



Harold Augustus Freeman, M.C. ; 
born at Brynderwyn 30 December 
1897, bapt. at Malvern Wells ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Welch Fusiliers 
14 July 1915, Lieutenant i January 
191 7; served in the European Wai 
(Military Cross). 



Edward Rollo Freeman, 
born at Bryn -Celyn 19 
August 1899, bapt. at 
Llanfihangel - Bachelleth ; 
gazetted to 3rd Battalion 
Royal Welch Fusiliers 6 
February 1919. 



Arthur Reginald Freeman, 
born at Bryn-Celyn 15 Jan- 
uary 1901, bapt. at Llanfihan- 
gel-Bachelleth ; Midshipman 
Royal Navy 15 August 1917, 
acting Sui) - Lieutenant 15 
May 1920. 



3» 



Edgar Freeman of^Bessie, dau. of George Anderson Cuyler 
Mamaroneck, U.S.A. ; j of Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A.; marr. at 
Lynchburg, Virginia, U.S.A., 22 June 
1880; died 10 May 1915, bur. at 
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. 



born at Oaklands, 
Dursley, co. Glouces- 
ter, 6 August 1851, 
bapt. there. 



I 
Helen, born at Oaklands, 
Dursley, »8 September 
1852, bapt. at St. Peter's- 
in - the - East, Oxford, 7 
November 1852. 



A 

Rev. Thomas Scott Holmes, D.U. (son of the Rev. Isaac= 
Holmes of Anfield, Liverpool); born 20 August 1852; 
educated at the Royal Institute School, Liverpool, and at 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
1871, B.A. (sen. opt.) 1875, M.A. 1878, D.l). 1910; Tutor 
of St. Aidan's College, Birkenhead, 1876-77, Vice-Principal 
of Wells Theological College 1877-80 ; Vicar of Wookey, co. 
Somerset, 1879-1900; Prebendary of Wells 1895, Canon 
Residentiary 1900 and Chancellor 1905 ; Chaplain and 
Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Bath and Wells 1897 ; 
Rural Dean of Axbridge 1898- 1900 ; Birkbeck Lecturer 
in Ecclesiastical History, Trinity College, Cambridge, 1906 
-1908 ; Proctor in Convocation for the Chapter of Wells 
1909 ; F. R. Hist.Soc. ; Author of "History of the Parish of 
Wookey," " History of Wells and Glastonbury," and other 
works ; died, aged 65, at East Liberty, Wells, 10 February, 



=Katherine, born 
at Oaklands, 
Dursley, 4 March 
1 854, bapt. there; 
marr. at Wookey 
I July i88o. 



bur. in Wells Cathedral 14 February 19 18. 



A 



Florence, born 
at Field Place, 
Stroud, co.Glou- 
cester, 13 March 
1855. bapt. at 
Dursley. 



Mary, born at 
Teddington, co. Mid- 
dlesex, 6 April 1877, 
bapt. there privately 
the same day, and 
received into the 
church at Abbots 
Langley, co. Hertford. 



Eleanor Constance, 
born at The Manor 
House, Abbots Lang- 
ley, 12 September 
1878, bapt. at Abbots 
Langley ; died 6 
August 1884, bur. 
there. 



Lieut.- Colonel Swynfen John Jervis (eldest son of==Edith, born at 
Colonel William Swynfen Jervis, Royal Munster The Manor 
Fusiliers, of Woodside, Southsea, co. Hants, by Edith House, Abbots 
his wife, only dau. and heir of the Rev. William John Langley, 10 July 
Wise of Granborough, co. Warwick); born at Cavvn- 1882, bapt. at 
pore, India, 14 May 1868; 2nd Lieutenant South Abbots Langley; 
Staffordshire Regiment 21 December 1889, Lieutenant marr. at The 
1891, Captain 1898, Major 1908, Lieut.-Colonel 25 Priory Church, 
August 1916 ; served in South African War 1899-1902 Great Malvern, 
as Special Service Officer, afterwards on Staff (men- co. Worcester, 
tioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 September 29 July 1908; 
1901 and 29 July 1902, Queen's medal with five clasps, Director and 
King's medal with two clasps); General Staff Officer, Hon. Treasurer 
2nd-grade, 5 October 1912 ; served in European War, South Stafford- 
Commanding loth Battalion Cheshire Regiment, and shire Regiment 
on General Staff (mentioned in despatches, " London Care Commit- 
Gazette," 18 May 191 8); on Staff of War Office 5 tee during the 
August 1918. European War 

1914-19. 



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iSIagg of Car Colston, 
CO. Jftottingijam. 

Henry Klagg nt Car Colston, co.=r=Ann, dau. of 



Arms oil record in the \ College of 
Arms. — Argent two bendlets engrailed 
betwen two blagues or pouches Kible 
stringed or. 

Crest. — A pouch or blague ermine. 

Motto. — Partagez votre blague. 



Nollinghani, eldest son of Henry 
Blagg of Car-Colston (inlierited 
a small estate at Car-Colston which 
had been purchased in September 
1743 by his grandfather Henry 
iJlagg, until then of Kast Bridg- 
ford, CO. Nottingham) ; bapt. at 
East Uridglord 19 January 1765; 
Chmchwarden of Car -Colston 
1790-94 and 1797 ; was awarded 
the medal of the Nottinghamshire 
Gentlemen Yeomanry Cavalry on 
their disembodiment after the 
Peace of Amiens 1802 ; died at 
Car-Colston 17 March 1807, bur. 
there. Will proved at York 12 
September 1807. 



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Thomas Chettle 
of Siiackerdale, 
("ar - Colston ; 
marr. by licence 
at Car-Colston 
23 July i8oi ; 
died, aged 75, 
14 June 1845, 
bur. at 
Colston. 



Car- 



Thomas Blag^ of Car-Colston and of Langford,= 
CO. Nottingham ; born ro May, bapt. at Car-Colston 
16 May 1802; Churchwarden of Car-Colston 
1846-47; killed by a fall from his horse, aged 74, 
28 August 1876, bur. at South Collingham, co. 
Nottingham. Memorial lirass in Car -Colston 
Church. Will proved at the Principal Registry 
2 October 1876. 



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=Grace, only dau. and heir 
of Page Goulson of Knipton, 
CO. Leicester, by Dorothy 
his wife, dau. and coheir of 
Robert Sampey of Brunsell 
Hall in Car-Colston and of 
Screveton, co. Nottingham ; 
born at Knipton 6 October 
181 2 ; marr. at Car-Colston 
18 February 1833; died, 
aged 85, at Car -Colston 
Manor 15 March 1898, bur. 
at South Collingham. 



Henry Blagg, 
bapt. at (Jar 
Colston 24 
July 1803; 
buried there 
5 February 
following. 



Mary, of Car- John Marsh of Appleton Gate, Newark, co.^ 
Colston ; born Nottingham (son of John Marsh of Chester- 
si November, field, co. Derby, Solicitor); educated at 
bapt. at Car- Queen's College, Edinburgh, and at University 
Colston 24 C'ollege, Glasgow; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1845, 
Novemberi833. L.S.A. 1848 ; died, aged 54, 31 August 1873, 

bur. at Newark. /K 



■Rebecca, born i8 December, 
bapt. at Car-Colston 20 
December 1835; marr. at 
Langford 29 October 1861 ; 
died 25 January 1891, bur. 
at Newark. 



Thomas Blagg of Car-Colston and of Newark-upon -Trent, both co.= 



Nottingham ; born at 
privately the same day. 



Car Colston 15 October 1837, bapt. there 




=Margaret Eliza, dau. 
of Stephen Sneap 
of South CoUingham, 
CO. Nottingham, by 
Mary his wife, dau. 
of Edward Turton 
of Ripley, co. Derby; 
born at South 
CoUingham 3 Jan- 
uary 1845; marr. 
there 9 April 1874. 



Thomas Matthews Blagg of Car-Colston=j=Ethel Mary, 3rd dau. of William Knight Hayward 



and of Greenwich, co. Kent ; born at South 
CoUinghhm 5 March, bapt. there 28 March 
1875 ; H.M.'s Chief Immigration Officer 
for the Port of London; elected F.S.A. 
5 March 1903 ; Honorary General Editor 
to the British Record Society since 1910. 



of Navenby, co. Lincoln, by Anne his wife, dau. 
of William Brown, by Jane his wife, dau. of 
Original Skepper of Fiskerton, co. Lincoln ; 
born at Navenby 27 October 1885, bapt. there 
13 June 1886; marr. at Navenby 9 June 1909. 



I 
Thomas Colston Blagg, born at 
Caldecote, Newport Pagnell, co. 
Buckingham, 28 September, bapt. 
at Newport Pagnell 8 November 
1914. 



Margaret, born at Caldecote, 
Newport Pagnell, 6 February, 
bapt. at Newport Pagnell 
30 April 1916. 



Mary, born at Green- 
wich 15 October, bapt. 
there 21 November 
1917. 



Percy Blagg, born at=j=Helen Matilda, eldest dau. of Henry Edward 



North CoUingham, co. 
Nottingham, 27 April 
1876, bapt. at South 
CoUingham. 



Lyngcoln, by Matilda Patten his wife ; born i 
February 1880; marr. at Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
6 August 1914. 



Eva Mary, born at 
North CoUingham 
10 October 1877, 
bapt. at South 
CoUingham. 



Barbara Helen, born at Chiswick, 
CO. Middlesex, 18 June 1915. 



Sylvia, born at Chiswick 
25 June 1920. 



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Henry Blagg of Burton Joyce,= 
CO. Nottingham ; born at Car- 
Colston I September 1 8_^9, bapt. 
there the same day. 



= Agnes Ada, dau. of Thomas Hawson of Wombwell, co. York ; 
born 13 September 1844; marr. at Wombwell ij August 
1869; died 23 April 1920, bur. at Burton Joyce. 



Lancelot, son oC= 
William Allen 
of Nottingham, 
J.P. 



Ada Mary, born 30 September 

1870, bapt. at St. Nicholas', 
Nottingham ; marr. at Burton 
Joyce 30 July 1906 ; died 18 
December 19 10, bur. at 
Carlton, co. Nottingham. 



Henry Edward Blagg, born= 
20 October 1872, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Nottingham, 
30 November 1872; died 
18 February 19 19, bur. at 
Burton Joyce. 



'Beatrice, dau. of 
William Allen of 
Nottingham, J.P. ; 
marr. at Burton 
Joyce 22 August 
1905- 



Thomas Noel Blagg of^pDorothy, dau. of William 
Heanor, co. Derby; | Arthur Willis; born 28 



born 7 March, bapt. at 
bt. Nicholas', Notting- 
ham, 2S April 1874. 



May 1884 ; marr. at Ged- 
ling, CO. Nottingham, 20 
September 1911. 



Peter Henry Blagg, born at 
Heanor 1 1 September, bapt. 
there 15 October 1918. 



Linda Grace, born 
29 March, bapt. at 
St. Nicholas', Not- 
tingham, 23 May 
1876. 



Winifred May, 
born 29 May 
1879 ; bapt. at 
St. Nicholas", 
Nottingham ; 



B. A. 
1902. 



(Wales) 



I 
Sidney Blagg, born at Soaih Collingham, co. Nottingham, 17 January r88i, bapt. at South 
Collinghani ; Regimental (Quartermaster-Sergeant South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; mobilised 4 August 1914, and served in Macedonia, Kgypt and Palestine ; mentioned 
in despatches by General AUenby, recommended for a commission and was gazetted 17 March 
1918 to Sherwood Foresters; attached to i/4th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, with whom 
he served in France; killed in action 29 July 1918, and buried in a wood at Beugneux, near 
Soissons. 



Page Blagg of Finchley, co.= 
Middlesex ; born at Car- 
Colston, CO. Nottingham, 15 
August bapt. at Car-Colston 
31 August 1 84 1. 



=Augusta, dau. of William Howsin of North Muskham, co. 
Nottingham; born 26 November 1841; marr. at North 
Collingham, co. Nottingham, 18 February 1873 ; died, aged 77, 
at 121 Station Road, Finchley, on Easter Day, 20 April 1919. 



I 
Maud, born 13 July 1875, 
bapt. at Croydon, co. Surrey. 



Gertrude, born 10 July 1877, 
bapt. at Croydon. 



Francis Blagg of Dane-= 
thorpe, CO. Nottingham ; 
born at Car-Colston 1 1 
January, bapt. there 15 
January 1843. 



=Mary, dau. of John Barlow of Dane- 
thorpe, by Sarah his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Holmes of Danethorpe ; born 
17 July 1847 ; marr. at South Colling- 
ham 6 November 1890. 



Francis Blagg, born at Danethorpe 1 1 January 
1892, bapt. at Brough, co. Nottingham; died 
at Danethorpe u March 19 19, bur. at South 
Collingham. 



Grace, born at Car-Colston 
17 April, bapt. there 21 
April 1844; died at Lang- 
ford, CO. Nottingham, 27 
January 1883, bur. at South 
Collingham. 



Robert Blagg of Car-Colston ; 
born at Car-Colston 21 
February, bapt. there 5 April 
1846. 



Edward Blagg of Notting-=f=Frances Wilhelmina, dau. of William Keyworth of Wellingley, near 
ham ; born at Car-Colston Doncaster, co. York, by Frances his wife, dau. of George Hawson 
3 November, bapt. there ; of Wombwell, co. York; born 3 May, bapt. at Tickhill 15 June 
28 November 1847. 1 1858; marr. at Tickhill 11 July 1888. 



Frances Sarah, born 29 
October, bapt. at St. 
Matthew's, Nottingham, 
30 November 1890; 
B.A. (London) 191 2. 

Edith Mary, born 14 
June, bapt. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Nottingham, 10 
July 1892. 



Edward Gerald Blagg, born at Nottingham 30 April 1895, bapt. 
at St. Matthews, Nottingham, 27 May 1895 ; enlisted as a 
private in 2/7th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Robin Hood's), 
and in April 1916 served in quelling Irish Rebellion in Dublin; 
crossed to France 26 February 1917 (wounded near St. Quentin 
9 April 1917); in action at Paschendale, Lens and Cambrai ; 
gazetted as 2nd Lieutenant 8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters on 
IT September 19 18, and served again in France with nth Battalion 
November 1918 to February 1919; invalided out of service 14 
January 1920. 



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Sarah, born at Car-Colston, 
CO. Nottingham, 29 October, 
bapt. at Car- Colston 2 
December 1849; died at 
Langford, co. Nottingham, 
20 July 1882. 



Alfred Blagg of Scar-= 
borough, CO. York ; 
born at Car-Colston 
29 June, bapt. there 
3 August 1 85 1. 



=Dorothy Alice, dau. of Thomas Hawson 
of Wombwell, co. York ; born 19 August 
1851 ; marr. at All Saints', Falsgrave, 
Scarborough, 2 December 1879 ; died 
10 October 1918, bur. at Scarborough. 



Beatrice Grace Phoebe, 
born II February 1883, 
bapt. at North CoUing- 
ham, CO Nottin'rhani. 



Williar.i Robinson of=Dorothy Alice, born 16 August 
Scarborough (son of 1885, bapt. at South Collingham ; 
Ralph Robinson of marr. at the Friends' Meeting House, 
Stockton-on-Tees, co. Scarborough, 12 March 1910. 
Durham). 



Emily, of Ciir-Colston ; 
born at Langford 1 3 
December 1854, bapt. 
there. 



Arthur Blagg of= 
Nottingham ; born 
at Langford i 
August, bapt. there 
23 August 1857. 



=Edith, dau. of William Keyworth of Wellingley, 
near 1 )oncaster, co. York, by Frances his wife, 
dau. of George Hawson of Wombwell, co. York ; 
born 27 October 1869 ; marr. at Tickhill, co. York, 
1 1 February 1903. 



Edith Nora, born 6 June, bapt. at St. 
Andrew's, Nottingham, 3 July 1904. 





Book - label of Thomas 
Matthews Blagg, K.S.A. 



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iHartin, 



Edward Martin of Hemington, co. North- 
ampton; born at Hemington 30 April 1772; 
died, aged 93, at Grey Place, Bristol Road, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, on Saturday, 27 
January 1866, bur. in the General Cemetery, 
Birmingham. Will dated 11 December 1862, 
with codicil dated 30 September 1864, proved 
at Birmingham 6 March 1866, by Edward 
Phipson, Anthony Martin, Surgeon, son, and 
Susanna Martin, spinster, daughter. 



■Susannah, dau. of Captain James Montgomery, 
by Susannah his wife, dau. of John Anthony ; 
born at Prescott Street, London, 25 March, 
bapt. at Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 18 April 
1780; marr. at the parish church, Ealing, co. 
Middlesex, 26 September 1805; died at Grey 
Place, Bristol Road, Edgbaston, on Saturday, 
26 April, bur. in the General Cemetery, 
Birmingham, i May 1862. 



Susanna, born at 
Oundle 10 April 
1809 ; died at 19 
Frederick Road, 
Edgbaston, on Satur- 
day, 29 August 1896, 
bur. in the General 
Cemetery, Birming- 
ham. Will dated 24 
December 1889, with 
two codicils dated 24 
December 1889 and 
17 November 1894, 
proved at Birming- 
ham 26 September 
1896, by Theodore 
Martin, WilliamHick- 
man Johnson, and 
Ada Mary Phipson, 
wife of Ernest Thring 
Phipson. 



Anthony Martin of Evesham, co. Worcester;= 
born at Tansor Lodge, Oundle, co. North- 
ampton, 3 August, bapt. 27 August 1813; 
J. P. for Evesham ; died at Winwick House, 
Evesham, on Wednesday, 10 April, bur. 
in Oat Street Chapel Yard, Evesham, 14 
April 1S78. Will dated 23 May 1873, with 
codicil dated 21 July 1874, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 506, 78) 4 June 1878, by Herbert 
New, gent., Edward Herlaert Draper, 
Barrister-at-Law, and Anthony Herbert 
Martin, Surgeon, son. 




=Maria, dau. of Abraham 
Herbert of Coventry, co. 
Warwick, by Elizabeth Bur- 
bery his wife ; born 14 
November 1821 ; marr. at 
the Great Meeting House, 
Coventry, 26 September 
1843 ; died at Evesham on 
Tuesday, 2 7 November 1 883, 
bur. in Oat Street Chapel 
Yard, Evesham. Will dated 
20 June 1879, with codicil 
of same date, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 51, 84) 26 January 
1884, by Anthony Herbert 
Martin and Theodore 
Martin, sons, and Edward 
Herbert Draper, Barrister-at- 
Law, nephew. 



Anthony Herbert Martin of Winwick House,= 
Evesham ; born at 31 High Street, Evesham, 11 
October 1845 ; educated at University College, 
London, and at the Proprietary School, Birming- 
ham ; L.M. Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, 1866, 
M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A. 1867, Surgeon 
Evesham Cottage Hospital, &c. ; J. P. for co. 
Worcester and for the borough of Evesham. 



=Mary Emma, dau. of Philip Hemery Le 
Breton of Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 
Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, by 
Anna Letitia his wife, dau. of Dr. Charles 
Rochemont Aikin of London ; born at 
7 Bloomsbury Square, London, on Sunday, 
26 January 1845 '> Tiarr. at Rosslyn Hill Chapel, 
Hampstead, on Monday, 16 May 1870. 

B 



Harold Edgar Daman of Ventura, Haine's=T=Mary 
Hill, Taunton, co. Somerset (4th son of Kail 
Daman); born at 22 Francis Road, Edgbaston, 



4 October 1870 ; Civil Engineer. 



Theodora, born at Evesham 11 
February 187 1, bapt. there; marr. at All 
Saints', Evesham, on Saturday, 17 May 1902. 



A 



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Theodore Martin of Temple Cloud, co. Somerset ; born=f=Fl()rence Maud, 6th dau. of Charles 
at Winwick House, Evesham, co. Worcester, 7 November Laurens, Solicitor of the Royal 
1855 ; educated at Queen's College, Birmingham; L.S.A. Court, St. Heliers, Jersey, by Mary 
1878, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1879. Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Nicholas 

Le Quesne of Les Augrds Manor 

(t /f y A . Trinity, Jersey; born 3 September 

//Aj^^f . /r T J ^l^ ■^~~ 1856; marr. at the parish church, 

^ 'T*-«'-?*-*7^ /'*^X,'tOUC<^^-^ Edgbaston, CO. Warwick, on Tuesday, 

22 July 1884. 



Frederick Harold Johnson (2nd son of=j=Gertrude Le Quesne, 



William Hickman Johnson of Edgbaston, 
CO. Warwick) ; born at Birmingham u 
August 1885, bapt. at Edgbaston; educated 
at King Edward VH.'s High School, Bir- 
mingham ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison 
Artillery 2 February 19 15, Lieutenant i6 
March 1916 ; served in European War 
1914-19 (1915 medal and star); attached 
to Military Intelligence Staff, War Office, 
January 1919. /f\ 



born at Temple Cloud 
on Wednesday, 1 7 
June, bapt. at Came- 
ley, CO. Somerset, 3 
August 1885 ; marr. 
there on Tuesday, 31 
October 19 16. 



Theodora, born at Temple 
Cloud on Wednesday, 19 
January, bapt. at Cameley 
10 April 1887. 



Margaret Florence, born at 
Temple Cloud on Sunday, 
29 October, bapt. at 
Cameley lo December 
1899. 



Rev. Edward=f-Lucy Elizabeth, born at Evesham, co. Edward Burbery Martin of Other 

Parry of Acacia Worcester, 17 June 1857, bapt. there : Waimata Valley, New Zea- issue 

House, Ilmins- marr. at the Presbyterian Chapel, land; born at Evesham 19 died in 

ter, CO. Somer- Evesham, on Tuesday, 22 October August 1859 ; educated infancy. 

set, B.A. 1889. at Lancaster ; married 

/K Josephine . . . 



Arthur Cliff of Eve-=f=Rosamond, born at Edward Le Breton Martin=j=Carlotta Fischer, 



sham (eldest son of 
Philip Arthur Cliff 
of Frodingham, co. 
Lincoln) ; born 1 1 
May 1874. /t\ 



Evesham i August 
1872, bapt. there ; 
marr. at Evesham 1 1 
October 1898. 



of Suffield House, Richmond, 
CO. Surrey ; born at 66 High 
Street, Evesham, 15 October 
1873, bapt. at Evesham 



marr. at Ham- 
burg, Germany, 
5 May 1900. 



Rosamond Le Breton, born at Sheen 
Park, Richmond, co. Surrey, on 
Friday, 25 October 1901, bapt. 
at Richmond. 



Eileen Le Breton, 
born at Sutton 
Scotney,co. Hants, 
3 July 1903. 



Owen Le Breton Martin, born at 
Greenham, co. Berks, on Saturday, 
15 December 1906, bapt. there. 




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^c|)cimberg* 



Rear-Admiral Herbert Schomberg,= 
eldest son of Admiral Alexander 
Wilmot Schomherg, by Catharine 
Anna his ist wife, only surviving dau. 
of Stepney Rawson Stepney of Castle 
Durrow, King's County ; cousin of 
Captain Isaac Schomberg, R.N., 
Chairman of Board of Commissioners 
{see I'ol. I, page 2og) ; born at Eton, 
CO. Buckingham, 19 December 1803; 
entered the Royal Naval College 
15 December 181 7, volunteer on 
H.M.S. "Phaston" in 1819; Lieu- 
tenant II September 1827, 
Commander 8 June 1841, Captain 
8 June 1851, Rear-Admiral (retired); 
served on the North American, 
West Indies, Cape of Good Hope 
and China Stations ; died, aged 63, 
at Cliflonville, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
5 July 1867, bur. with his father at 
Bursted, co. Sussex. 



Artns on record in the College of Arms. — 
Gules in chief four escarbuncles or in base 
two chevronels of the last each charged 
with seven mullets azure between twelve 
escutcheons six four and two in chief and a 
lamb passant in base argent. 

Crest. — Out of a naval crown or the sails 



=Sarah, 3rd dau. 
of the Rev. 
William Stevens 
Bayton of Wes- 
tergate House, 
near Chiches- 
ter, CO. Sussex ; 
born at Huna- 
ker, CO. Sussex, 
4 March 181 6; 
marr. at Alding- 
bourn, CO. Sussex, 
18 April 1844 ; 
died, aged 83, 
at 22 Brunswick 
Road, Hove, co. 
Sussex, 3 June 
1899 ; bur. at 
Bursted. 



hoisted a pennon gules charged with an 
anchor erect also or. 
■ Motto. — Persevere. 



Lieut. -General Herbert St. George= 
Schomberg, C.B. ; born at the 
Rectory, Kilmore, co. Roscommon 
(the residence of his great-uncle, 
argent a demi-lion gorged with a wreath of (ieorge Hay Schomberg) 2 2 February 
laurel proper supporting a flag-staff thereon ,g^j\ educated at Stubbington ; 

2nd Lieutenant Royal Marines 24 
June 1863, 1st Lieutenant 1867, 
Captain 1879, Major 1885 ; Lieut. - 
Colonel 1892 ; Colonel 1898, 
Colonel - Commandant Chatham Division 1899, Major -General 1901, 
Lieut. -General 29 September 1906; Lieutenant H.M.S. "Achilles" in 
Egyptian War 1882, present at the bombardment and occupation of 
Alexandria in July, and operations in Suez Canal August 1882 (brevet 
of Major 11 July, Egyptian medal, Khedive's bronze star); in Soudan 
Campaign 1884, at battles of El Teb and Taniai (two clasps, 4th-class 
Osmanieh) ; C.B. 22 June 1897; died at The Vicarage, Norton St. Philip, 
CO. Somerset, 23 April 1915, bur. at Seend, co. Wilts. M.I. 



=Sophie Elizabeth, 
2nd dau. and 
coheir of William 
Barry Hoare of 
Factory Hill, co. 
Cork ; born 15 
April 1853; marr. 
atSt.James', Pad- 
dington, London, 
1 2 July 1 881; died 
at Boyne House, 
Beaconsfield, co. 
Buckingham, 9 
July 1914, bur. 
at Seend. M.I. 



Rev. Edward St. George Schomberg ; born at Chatham, = 
CO. Kent, 17 April 1882 ; educated at Haileybury and at 
Hertford College, Oxford, M.A. 1906; Curate of Kentish 
Town, CO. Middlesex, 1907-12 ; Vicar of Norton St. Philip 
1915-17, and of St. Andrew's, Westminster, 1917 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Norwich 1912-14; Chaplain to 
the Forces in France 1916-17 (mentioned in despatches); 
Sth-class of the Order of St. Save ; elected to the Coinmittee 
of the City of Westminster 1919. 



=Mary Alice, younger dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Samson of The 
Lodge, Armitage, co. Stafford, by 
Alice Mary his wife, dau. of 
General the Hon'''= Arthur 
Charles Legge; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 23 September 1919. 



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Rear-Admiral Anson Schomberg, born at Kilniore, co. Roscommon,= 
23 November 1846; educated at Stubbington ; entered as 
Naval Cadet in March i860, Sub-Lieutenant 1866, Lieutenant 
1870, Commander 1882, Captain 1889, retired 20 November 
1901, Rear-Admiral 30 May 1903 ; served in Egyptian War 
1882 (medal and bronze star) ; received bronze medal for saving 
life at sea 10 June 1868. 



=Caroline Alice Elizabeth, 
youngest dau. of Bartholo- 
mew Clifford Lloyd of Lower 
Leeson Street, Dublin, Q.C., 
marr. at St. Peter's, Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 30 August 1887. 



Stepney Schomberg, born at=Mary, eldest dau. of Arthur 
Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 5 Vincent of Shanagolden, co. 



May 1852 ; admitted a Solicitor 
in January 1879; died at Sea- 
ford, CO. Sussex, 25 July 1905, 
bur. there. 



Limerick : marr. at the parish 
church, Hove, co. Sussex, 28 
March 1S89. 



Sarah Catherine Blanche, 
born at Boulogne, France, 
26 July 1854; died 13 
December 1879, bur. at 
Bursted, co. Sussex. 



ALnjor Harold St. George Schomberg, D.S.O. ; born at= 
Liverpool 24 August 1886; educated at Kelly College; 
2nd Lieutenant East .Surrey Regiment 8 July 1908, 
Lieutenant 26 January 1910, Captain 15 February 1915, 
Major (by brevet); served in European War 1914 ; 
('ommandant Devi/es Detention Barracks 1915-16; 
commanded 6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment 
1917-19; (twice wounded, four times mentioned in 
despatches, brevet of Major, D.S.O., 1914 Star) ; Italian 
medal (for military valour). 



=Madeline Grace, youngest dau. 
of William Stanscomb of Hlounts 
Court, Potterne, co. Wills, by 
Frances Grace his wife, youngest 
dau. of George Milward of 
Lechlade Manor, co. Gloucester ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 31 January 
1917. 



lihiM^J J^'^-lt^^L '5cA(fWW 



41 



Botoson, 



Arms. — Azure a bend or surmounted by a fesse argent. 
Crest. — A lion rampant per fesse or and gules. 

John Dowson of Leatherhead, co. Surrey ; died, aged 87, at 
Leatherhead 21 April, bur. in the churchyard of the parish church, 
Leatherhead, 26 April 1S81. M.I. He married Lucy Smith. 



Catherine Frances,= 
dau. of Richard 
Bazil Strugnell; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Islington, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 24 June 
1851 ; died, aged 
26, at II Glou- 
cester Street, 
Kensington, Lon- 
don, 26 March, 
bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, Lon- 
don, 2 April 
1855. ist wife. 



=John Dowson of Leatherhead ; born= 
at Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, 23 
August 1820 ; Professor of Oriental 
Languages at the Royal Military Staff 
College, Sandhurst ; of the Royal 
Asiatic Society; Editor of Elliot's 
" Muhammadan Historians of India," 
Author of " Dictionary of Hindu 
Mythology," "Hindustani Grammar 
and Exercises," "Translation of the 
Ikhwanu-s Safa"; died, aged 61, at 
Sandhurst Lodge, East Worthing, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 24 .August, bur. 
in the cemetery, Worthing, 30 August 
1881, M.I. there; also on his father's 
monument at Leatherhead. Will dated 
21 December 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 
725, 81) 19 October 1881, by Hen- 
rietta Cowley Dowson, relict, the 
residuary legatee. A further grant to 
John Capes 3 August 1894. 




"Henrietta Cowley, younger dau. of 
Thomas Talboys of Doughton 
Manor, near Tetbury, co. Glou- 
cester, afterwards of South House, 
Oxted, CO. Surrey, by Elizabeth 
his 2nd wife, dau. of Robert 
Maskelyne Wartnan of Tetbury ; 
born at South House, Oxted, 1 8 
January 1830, bapt. at Oxted 29 
January 1837 ; niarr. at St. Martin's- 
m-the-Fields, London, 21 Decem- 
ber 1859; died, aged 65, at 
Sandhurst, Bloomfield Avenue, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 22 May, bur. 
at Wilmcote, co. Warwick, 23 May 
1894. M.I. Will dated 2 July 
1884, proved (Prin. Reg., 659, 
94) 28 June 1894, by John 
Capes. She married istly at 
Swanscombe, co. Kent, 1 2 June 
185 1 (marriage settlements dated 
10 June), Robert Richard Crucefix 
of Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset, 
and of Lancaster Place, Strand, 
London, M.D. 

(See Pedr<:,ree of Talboys, 
Vol. 14, page 102.) 



John Dowson of Tregonia,= 
54 Christchurch Road, 
Streatham Hill, co. Surrey; 
born at Wokingham, co. 
Berks, i March i860, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Wokingham ; 

educated at Wellington 
College and at Guy's 
Hospital ; Fleet Surgeon 
Royal Navy (retired). 



=Bessie, dau. of 
Alfred Haughton 
Vivian of Plymp- 
ton, CO. Devon, 
by Charlotte his 
wife ; born at 
Plympton 7 July 
1872 ; marr. at 
Christ Church, 
Streatham Hill, 
21 June 1899. 



Harold Dowson, born= 
at Wokingham 22 (Oc- 
tober 1 86 1, bapt. at 
Wokingham; educated 
at Wellington College ; 
of the Government 
Railways, West Aus- 
tralia ; Electrical 
Engineer. 



=Adela Victoria, youngest 
dau. of Michael Hum- 
merston ; born in Vic- 
toria, Australia, 20 
Novetnber 1873 ; marr, 
at Midland Junction, 
West Australia, 7 
December 1897. 



Gwendoline Cowley, born 25 April 
1901 ; bapt. at Midland Junction 12 
June 1 90 1. 



John Seymour Dowson, born 9 January 
1906, bapt. at Claremont, West Ausrtalia, 
4 March 1906. 



4-2 



Benjamin Dowson, died, aged 44, at Guy's Hospital, London, 22 May, 
bur. in the churchyard of the parish church, Leatherhead, co. Surrey, 
27 May 1879. M.I. 



WilHam Dowson, 
Elizabeth. 



Maskelyne Dowson of 
Shanghai, China ; born at 
White House, Sandhurst, co. 
Berks, 21 April 1863, bapt. 
there ; educated at Welling- 
ton College ; Officer of the 
Mercantile Marine, China 
Coasting Trade. 



Fortescue Dowson, 
born at Sandhurst 
n January 1865, 
bapt. there ; died 18 
February, bur. in 
Finchley Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex, 25 
February 1880. 



Seymour Dowson of= 
Oceana, ForestRoad, 
Cottesloe, Westralia ; 
born at Sandhurst 
18 September 1866, 
bapt. there ; edu- 
cated at Hurstpier- 
point College. 



=Amalia Agnes, dau. 
of Frederick William 
Nenke ; born in Vic- 
toria, Australia, 2 
April 1879 ; niarr. 
at Geraldton, West 
Australia, 28 April 
1905- 



I 
Edward Francis Williams of Roch-=j=Edith, born at Crowthorne 11 Sep- 
ford, Tenbury, co. Worcester (son of tember 1870, bapt. there; marr. at 
Edward Jones Williams) ; born at I Christ Church, Streatham Hill, co. 
Rochford 26 May 1869; died, aged [ Surrey, 30 August 1900; died, aged 
50, at Bournemouth, co. Hants, i 39, at Heckington, co. Lincoln, 7 
10 July, bur. in the cemetery at | December 1909, bur. at Heckington. 
Bournemouth 14 July 1919. /)\ 



Fanny, of Chart- 
ham Down, near 
Canterbury, co. 
Kent ; born at 
Douro House, 
Crowthorne, co. 
Berks, 15 March 
1868, bapt. there. 



Rev. Sydney Sutlierland Bullen of=f=Aniy, born at Crowthorne i6 December 



Coolgardie, West Australia (son of 
Captain Richard Edward Bullen, 
R.N.) : born at Hastings, ro. 
Sussex, 4 September 1868. /t\ 



1872, bapt. there in 1873; marr. at 
Midland Junction, West Australia, 26 
July 1904. 




i>^u^JHi_ 



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ifglariSton of asaolbcrljampton, to. ^tafforli, 
anil of iiKloretoootJ, to. ^alop. 



Arms. — Sable a fesse dancettee ermine between three 

fleur-de-lis argent. 
Crest. — A denii-yreyhound rampant sable collared 

dancettee ermine. 



Mary, 2nd dau. of= 
John Marston of 
Afcott, Wistanstow, 
CO. Salop; born and 
bapt. at Wistanstow 3 
May 1803 ; marr. 
there 19 June 1827 ; 
died 27 February, 
bur. at Hopesay, co. 
Salop, 5 March 1833. 
I St wife. 



=Richard Marston of Ludlow, co. Salop= 
(younger son of John Marston of 
Cheney Longville and of Aston, Hope- 
say, both CO. Salop, by Mary his ist 
wife, dau. of Nathaniel Carter of 
Sibdon Carwood, co. Salop) ; born at 
Hopesay 3 November 1792, bapt. there; 
J. P. and Alderman for Ludlow ; died, 
aged 74, at Ludlow, on Monday, 12 
November 1866, bur. at Hopesay. M.L 
Will dated 20 April 1865, proved at 
Shrewsbury 3 December 1866. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Thomas White of 
Ludlow ; marr. at 
Ludlow 3 June 
1834; died, aged 
66, at 42 Mill 
Street, Ludlow, on 
Tuesday, i Febru- 
ary, bur. at Ludlow 
Old Cemetery 5 
February 1876. 
2nd wife. 



John Marston of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford ;= 
born 6 May, bapt. at Ludlow 8 May 1836 ; 
J. P. for CO. Stafford ; Freeman of the borough 
of Wolverhampton ; Founder of the Sunbeam 
Motor and Cycle Works; died, aged 81, at 
Coed Emrys, Colwyn Bay, co. Denbigh, on 
Friday, 8 March 1918, bur. at Llandrillo-yn- 
Rhos, CO. Denbigh. Will dated 27 November 
1913, with codicil dated 7 July 1915, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 878, 18) i May 1918, by Frederick 
Milward Marston and Lawley Taverner Smith. 



^^Z^'^jr^ 





Ellen, 2nd dau. of 
Charles Edge of Bir- 
mingham, CO. War- 
wick, architect ; marr. 
at Edgbaston Old 
Church, CO. Warwick, 
19 April 1865; died, 
aged 75, at Coed 
Emrys, Colwyn Bay, 
on Friday, 19 April 
1918, bur. at Llan- 
drillo - yn - Rhos. 
Adtiion was granted 
I at the Principal 
' Registry 5 June 19 18, 
to Charles Marston, 
son, and Katharine 
Maud Marston, 
spinster, daughter. 



Walter Marston, born 

11 April 1838, bapt. 
at Ludlow ; artist ; died 
unmarried, aged 81, 
at 3 Worsley Road, 
Hampslead, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Saturday, 

12 July 1919, bur. in 
Ludlow Old Ceme- 
tery. Will dated 4 
December i 9 i 3, 
proved at the Princi- 
pal Registry 20 August 
1919, by Frederick 
Milward Marston and 
Lawley laverner 
Smith. 



Edith, born at 12 Waterloo 
Road, Wolverhampton, on 
Tuesday, 23 Janunry 1866; 
died, aged 4 years and 9 
months, at Wolverhampton 
on Thursday, 10 November 
1870, bur. in the cemetery 
at Wolverhampton. 



Charles Marston of Afcot,=pI^ouise Isabel, only dau. of William 



Compton, Wolverhampton, 
and of Morewood, co. Salop, 
J. P. ; born at Waterloo Road, 
Wolverhampton, on Satur- 
day, 6 April 1867, bapt. at 
St. Mark's, Wolverhampton. 



Gordon Johnson of The Nook, 
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A. ; marr. 
at All Souls', Madison Avenue, New 
York (by her uncle, the Rev. Dr. 
Schuyler) on Wednesday, 30 January 
1895. 



Marjorie Wheelock, born at the Highfields, 
Wolverhampton, on Sunday, 17 April 1898, 
bapt. at St. Mark's, Wolverhampton. 



Melissa Mary, born at Afcot, Compton, 
Wolverhampton, on Friday, 17 April 1908, 
bapt. at Tettenhall Wood, co. Stafford. 



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John Harold Marston, born at 
Wolverliampton, co. Stafford, 
29 St'i)teiiiber 1868 ; educated 
at Mcrton College, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 October 1887, 
Postmaster itiS;, B.A. (2nd 
Math. Mods. 1888, 2nd History 
1 891) 1892, M.A. 1900; of the 
Middle Temple, called to the 
Bar 26 January 1892 ; died, 
unmarried, at 104 Richmond 
Road, ^Volverhampton, on 
Thursday, 3 October 19 12, 
bur. at Tettenhall, co. .Stafibrd. 
Will dated 29 May 1907, 
proved (Prin. Reg, 1571, 12) 19 
October 1912, by Charles 
Marston and Frederick Mihvard 
Marston, brothers. 



Katharine Maud, 
born at Wolver- 
hampton 27 July 
1870, bapt. at St. 
Mark's, Wolver- 
hampton. 



Roland Marston of= 
Sebright, Complon, Wol- 
verhampton, born 2 
March 1872 ; died, 
aged 45, at Sebright 
on Thursday, 28 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Tettenhall 
4 March 191 8. Will 
dated 24 April 1907, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 879, 
18) 3 May 1918, by 
Elaine Keturah Mars- 
ton, relict. 



=Elaine Keturah, 
only dau. of 
John Fletcher 
Brewer of Asto- 
lat, Tettenhall, 
CO. Stafford ; 
inarr. at the Col- 
legiate Church, 
'I'ettenhall, on 
Wednesday, 34 
April 1907. 



I 
John Patrick Marston, born at San 
Simeon, Wolverhampton, on Friday, 
12 F'ebruary, bapt. at the Collegiate 
Church, Tettenhall, 13 April 1909, 



Edward Deanesly of=j=Ida Margaret, born at 



Claremont, Wolver- 
hampton ; B.Sc. Lond. 

1886, M.I), (ist-class 
honours for medicine) 

1887, F.R.C.S. Eng. 
1890; Hon. Surgeon 
General Hospital, 
Wolverhampton ; J. P. 
for Wolverhampton. /t\ 



Wolverhampton 2 7 Sep- 
tember 1873; bapt. at 
St. Mark's, Wolver- 
hampton ; marr. at 
St. Peter's Collegiate 
Church, Wolverhamp- 
ton, on \Vednesday, 5 
October 1898. 



Frederick Mihvard= 
Marston of Sunny- 
side House, Wim- 
bledon, CO. Surrey ; 
born 8 .September 
1875; admitted a 
Solicitor in April 
1899. 



'Marguerite Gladys, 
youngest dau. of Thomas 
Rice Llewellyn of Isle- 
worth, CO. Middlesex ; 
marr. at St. John the 
Baptist's, Isleworth, on 
Thursday, 29 August 
1907. 



John Llewellyn Marston (twin 
with Brenda Ellen Katharine), 
born 7 June 1908, bapt. at 
Tettenhall Wood. 



Brenda Ellen Katharine (twin 
witii John Llewellyn), born 7 
June 1908, bapt. at Tettenhall 
Wood. 



Marguerite Muriel, 
born 7 February 
1914, bapt. at 
Wimbledon. 



I 
Norman Marston, born 
4 December 1879 ; of 
Hertford College, Oxford, 
B.A. (2nd-class History) 
1904 ; died unmarried, 
aged 26, at The Gables, 
Tettenhall, on Wednesday, 
3 January 1906, bur. at 
Tettenhall. 



Henry Clive 
^L'^rston, died 
in infancy, bur. 
in the ceme- 
tery at Wolver- 
hampton. 



Leonard Redfern Gardiner= 
(son of the Rev. William 
Gardiner, B.D., Vicar of 
Southbroom, co. Wilts, and 
Canon of Salisbury Cathe- 
dral) ; Lieutenant -Com- 
mander Royal Naval 
Reserve (retired). 



=Ellen Allarton, born 
at 'J'he Oaks, Wol- 
verhampton, on Mon- 
day, 27 December 
1886 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Tettenhall 
Wood, on \\'ednesday, 
1 1 February 19 14. 



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45 




CO. (Gloucester. 



James Ackers of Larkhill, Pendleton, co. 
Lancaster, and of Putney, co. Surrey ; 
Colonel Manchester and Salford Volunteers ; 
High Sheriff for co. Lancaster; died, aged 71, 
at Birmingham, in 1824. 



.4 ma on record in the College of Arms. — 
Argent on a bend engrailed sabie between 
two doves rising thvee sprigs of oak slipped 
and fructed proper. 

Crest. — On a mount vert in front thereof 
three sprigs of oak slipped and fructed 
a dove rising and holding in the beak a like 
sprig of oak all proper. 

Motto. — La liberie. 



James Ackers of Prinknash Park, co.= 
Gloucester, formerly of Heath House, 
Leintwardine, co. Hereford ; born at 
Manchester 4 August 1811 ; educated 
at Marlborough and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 5 July 

1828, Fellow- Commoner 16 October 

1829, LL.B. 1836, LL.M. 1861 ; M.P. for 
Ludlow 3 July 1 84 1 to 23 July 1847 ; 
J. P. for CO. Hereford ; purchased estate 
of Prinknash in 1847 ; died, aged 57, at 
Prinknash Park on Sunday, 27 September 
1868. Will dated 2 February i860, with 
three codicils dated 12 May i860 to 12 
May 1868, proved at Gloucester 23 
November 1868, by Benjamin St. John 
Ackers, son, and John Duntze Carew. 



=Mary Anne, 
dau. of Ben- 
jamin Williams 
of Bowden 
Lodge, CO. 
Chester ; marr. 
9 January 
1833 ; died, 
aged 37, at 
Prinknash Park 
on Sunday, 
17 December 
1848. 



James Ackers, born 18 
November 1836, bapt. at 
Shrewsbury ; educated 
at Rugby, admitted 
August 1850 ; of St. 
John's College, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 Decem- 
ber 1854 ; died, aged 
23, at Prinknash Park 
on Christmas Day, 1859. 
Will dated 21 December 
1S59, proved at Glou- 
cester 8 May i860, by 
James Ackers, father, 
and Benjamin St. John 
Ackers, brother. 



Benjamin St. John Ackers of Huntley= 
Manor, co. Gloucester ; born 6 November 
1839, bapt. at Leintwardine ; educated 
at Rugby, admitted August 1853, and at 
St. John's College, Oxford, matriculated 2 
June 1858 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called to the 
Bar I May 1865 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Gloucester, High Sheriff 1904 ; M.P. for West 
Gloucester 12 March 1885 ; died, aged 75, at 
Huntley Manor on Sunday, 18 April, bur. 
at Huntley on F'riday, 23 April 1915. Will 
dated 3 March 1899, with seven codicils 
dated 18 July 1904 to 15 June 1914, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 804, 15) 22 ALay 1915, 
by Granville Edwin Lloyd Baker, John 
Dearman Birchall and Joseph Dillworth 
Crewdson. 



=Louisa Maria Jane, 
elder dau. of Charles 
Brooke Hunt of 
Howden Hall, co. 
Gloucester, D. L. ; 
marr. at Upton St. 
Leonard's, co. Glou- 
cester (by her uncle, 
the Rev. Charles 
George Newcomb), on 
Thursday, 24 October 
1861 ; died, aged 73, 
at Gloucester on 
Thursday, 26 August, 
bur. at Huntley on 
Saturday, 28 August 
1915- 



Edith Jane, born at Prinknash 
Park on Monday, 22 March 
1869, bapt. there. 



James Arthur Ackers, born at Prinknash Park on Thursday, 
18 September 1873, bapt. there; died, aged 14, at Algiers, 
on Wednesday, 22 February 1888, bur. at Huntley. 



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Rev. Edward Butterworth-Shaw, born at Halifax, co. York ; educated at==Susan, marr. at 

Heath and at Caius College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner i8 February Cranham, co. 

1813, B.A. (Senior Optinie) 1819, M.A. 1823; Curate of Halifax 29 July Glouce.ster, on 

1821; Rector of Narborough, co. Leicester, 1835-80; died at Prinknash Thursday, 19 

Park, CO. Gloucester, 25 May 1880. Will dated 37 May 1879, "'th codicil September 1872. 
dated 11 September 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 691, 80) 30 August 1880, by 
George Shaw, M.D., brother. 



Mary, born at Prinknash 
Park on Friday, 3 March 
1876, bapt. there. 



Louisa, born at Prinknash 
Park on Monday, 2 1 May 
1877, bapt. there. 



Susan Elizabeth, born at Prinknash 
Park on Wednesday, 5 March 1879, 
bapt. there. 



Florence, born at 
Prinknash Park on 
Tuesday, 2 No- 
vember 1880, bapt. 
there. 



Charles Penrhyn Ackers of Huntley 
Manor, co. Gloucester ; born at Huntley 
ALmor on Wednesday, 28 June 1882, bapt. 
there ; educated at Eton and at Magdalen 
College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1905; 
B.Sc. Durham; J. P. for co. Gloucester 
1909. 



Catherine Victoria Isabel, 
born at Huntley Manor 
on Monday, 13 Sep- 
tember 1886, bapt. at 
Huntley. 



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Bj>ment, formerlj) of afefiolt, co. 

)omerseL 



Isaac Dyment of Aisholt, co.-f= 
Somerset (son of Isaac Dyment 
of Spaxton, co. Somerset, by 
Mary Cavill his wife) ; born at 
Spaxton, bapt. there lo April 
1810; Sergeant-Major West Somer- 
set Yeomanry; died, aged 77, at 
North Newton, co. Somerset, bur. 
at North Newton 5 May 1887. 



■Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Benjamin Cavill of Ash 
House, Cannington, co. 
Somerset ; born at Ash 
House, Cannington ; marr. 
at Spaxton; died, aged 78, 
at North Newton, bur. 
there 29 August 1891. 



Walter Henry Dyment of Aisholt,= 
and of Bridgend, co. Glamorgan ; 
born at Dubra House, Aisholt, 
19 July 1838, bapt. at Aisholt (no 
record in Register) ; of the West 
Somerset Yeomanry ; died, aged 65, 
at Blaenavon, co. Monmouth, 29 
April, bur. at TondQ, co. Glamorgan, 
2 May 1903. M.I. 



=Sarah Ann, youngest dau. of John Wescombe of Greenway 
House, Adsborough, co. Somerset, by Anna his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Alexander Heale of Adsborough ; born at Green- 
way House, Adsborough, on Tuesday, 21 February, bapt. 
at Thurloxton, co. Somerset, 19 March 1843; marr. at 
St. James', Taunton, co. Somerset, 21 June 1863. 

{See Pedigree of JVescombe, Vol. 14, 
page 181.) 



Ellen Anna, born at 
Creech St. Michael, 
CO. Somerset, 14 
August 1864, bapt. 
there ; died 13 May, 
bur. at Tondfl 19 
May 1887. M.I. 



Edwin Cavill Dyment, 
born at Lyngford 
House, Taunton, 27 
June 1865, bapt. at 
St. James', Taunton ; 
died 24 May 1893, 
bur. at Tondd. M.I. 



Richard Moggridge Hobbs=i=Ethelinda Letitia, 



(son of Richard Hobbs 
of Porlock, CO. Somerset, 
by Sarah Moggridge his 
wife) ; born at Porlock 
27 November i860, bapt. 
there. 



A 



born at North Pether- 
ton, CO. Somerset, 19 
November 1867, bapt. 
there ; marr. at Stoke 
Pero, CO. Somerset, 
19 November 1893. 



Arthur Evered Poole (4th son of William Robert=f=Rose Beatrice, born at Hermans Oak, 



Poole of Bridgwater, co. .Somerset, by Elizabeth 
Hawkins his wife, of West Bower, co. Somerset) ; 
born at Hampton Villa, Bridgwater, 23 May 1870, 
bapt. there. 



Taunton, 26 January 1870, bapt. at 
St. James', Taunton ; marr. at Stoke 
Pero 3 April 1893. 



A 



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Joseph Henry Watkins (son=f=Blanche Frances,= 



of Joseph Evans Watkins of 
Tondu, CO. Glamorgan, by 
Elizabeth Vertue Durbin his 
wife) ; born at Tondd 28 May 
1871, bapt. there; marr. at 
Llangwm, co. Monmouth, 12 
December 1899; died, aged 38, 
at Bridgend, 10 August 1908, 
bur. in the cemetery at Bridgend. 
M.I. ist husband. 



born at Dinas 
Powis, CO. Gla- 
morgan, 19 April 
1873, bapt. there. 



/K 



=Ernest Robert Newton (son of Theophilus 
Newton of White House, Exford, co. 
Somerset, by Mary Winzor his wife, 
of Wellshead House, Exford) ; born 
at Exford 10 September 1877, bapt. 
there ; marr. at West Luccombe, co. 
Somerset, 19 October 19 10; Corporal 
of the Motor Transport Company, 
Army Service Corps ; served in France, 
Belgium, and with the Italian Expedi- 
tionary Force. 2nd husband. 



A 



I I I 

Albert Gilmore Dyment, born at Francis Victor Thomas Sydney 
Dinas Powis 11 May 1877, bapt. Dyment, born Dyment, born 
there ; joined the West Somerset at TondCl 3 at TondQ i 
Yeomanry as Trumpeter at the age of August 1879, August 1880, 
14, and volunteered for service in the bapt. there; bapt. there; 
Soutii African War 1899, where he died 24 August died 21 August 
became Regimental Sergeant-Major; 1879, bur. at 1880, bur. at 
afterwards Chief Constable's Clerk for TondO. M.I. TondQ. M.I. 

CO. Glamorgan and Clerk Sergeant for 
Bedford Borough Police ; died at 
41 Pattison Street, Bedford, 27 
November 1906, bur. at TondO. M.I. 



Waiter Henry 
Dyment, born at 
Dinas Powis 3 
June 187s, bapt. 
there ; died 23 
September 1884, 
bur. at Tondfl. 
M.I. 



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John George (Lightfoot) Bankes=Myra Ann, 

(son of Colonel William Light- born at Tondd 

foot Bankes, Royal Garrison i6 May 1882, 

Artillery, of Askrigg Hall, co. bapt. there ; 

York, and of Liverpool, by Mar- marr. at West 

garet Preston of Askrigg, his 2nd Bridgford, co. 

wife); born at Liverpool 8 April Nottingham, 

1886, bapt. there; of the King's 20 July 1918. 
Liverpool Rifles ; served in the 
European War ; has assumed 
3rd Christian name of Lightfoot. 



Charles Joseph Grundy= 
(eldest son of John 
Henry Grundy of 
Ambergate, co. Derby, 
by Sylvia England 
his wife, of Heage, 
CO. Derby) ; born at 
Heage 4 August 1881, 
bapt. at the parish 
church, Heage. 



=Gertrude Sophia, 
born at Tynycia 
House, Cefn Crib- 
ber, CO. Glamorgan, 
24 November 1884, 
bapt. there ; marr. 
at St. John's, New- 
port, CO. Monmouth, 
on Christmas Day, 
1909. 



William Clifford Dyment of Caerleon, Newport, co. Monmouth ;= 
born at Llancarfan, co. Glamorgan, 15 September 1888, bapt. 
there; joined the Royal Engineers 17 May 191 7, afterwards 
of the Lancashire Fusiliers, 104th Infantry Brigade; killed in 
action North of Amiens, France, 22 May 19 18, bur. there 
next day. Will proved at Llandaff 19 September 19 18, by 
Charles Joseph Grundy, brother-in-law. 




=Bessie, of 7 Rectory Road, 
West Bridgford, co. Notting- 
ham ; dau. of George Riding 
of Newport, by Eliza Lloyd 
his wife ; born at Llantarnam, 
CO. Monmouth, i March 18S8, 
bapt. there ; marr. at the 
Registry Office, Newport, 20 
October 191 2. 



Clifford Henry Dyment, born Irene Edna, born at Newport 
at Newport 20 January 1914. 23 August 1915. 



Jai>Qfda c^<ua>a^xt/- 



5° 




$lotoe0. 



Arms OH yecoirl in the Collti;e of Arms. — 
Quarterly: Azure and or in the 1st and 
4lh quarters a golden fleece, and in the 
2nd and 3rd a castle gules between two 
fleur-de-lis in fesse of the first over all a 
chief ermine. 

Crest. — A denii-griftin argent winged or 
collared azure holding an escutcheon gules 
charged with an estoile of six points. 

Motto. — Unita fortior. 



John Flowes of Rio= 
de Janeiro, Brazil 
at'tcrv/ards of 5 Ends- 
leigh Street, Tavistock 
Square, London (son 
of John Plowes of 
Leeds, co. York, by 
Anne his wife, dau. 
and heir of John 
Kaye of Marsden, in 
the parish of Ahiiond- 
bury, CO. York) ; born 
at Leeds 1 1 Fel)ruary 
1779 ; died, aged 74, 
at 29 Grand Parade, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 
20 November, bur. 
in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London, 28 
November 1853. Will 
dated 10 November 
1847, proved (P.C.C. 
900, 53) 2 1 Decem- 
ber 1853, by Lucy 
Plowes, the relict, and 
John Henry Plowes, 
son. 



=j=Luc)', youngest dau. of John 
j luiwards of Pye Nest, near 
; Halifax, co. York, by Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. of Samuel Lees of 
Willow Hall, Skircoat, near 
Halifax ; born at Pye Nest 23 
June, bapt. at Halifax 23 August 
1786 ; married by licence at St. 
James', Clerkenwell, London, on 
Thursday, 14 June 1810; died, 
aged 81, at 39 York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, on Tues- 
day, 7 April 1868, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, London. 
iMeinorial Brooch inscribed : 

" LUCY PLOWES DIED 7™ APRIL 

1868, AGED 81," in i/ie possession 
of Miss Lucy Angela U7ii/e, R.R. C. 
Will dated 12 January 1861, with 
two codicils dated 14 April 1863 
and 28 October 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 285, 68) 25 April 
1868, by John Henry Plowes, 
son. 



John Henry Plowes of 39 York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London ; born in West 
Lidies ; died, aged 81, at 39 York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, 2 March 1893, buried in 
Kensal Green Cemetery. Will dated 16 
May 1877, with two codicils dated 21 
April 1890 and 14 April 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 288, 93) 29 March 1893, by 
Arthur William Walker, George William 
Oldfield and Joseph Ernest Oldfield, 
neahews. 



Frederick Plowes of Quinta de Plowes, Belgrano, 
Buenos Ayres, and of 22 Park Crescent, Portland 
Place, London ; died, aged 82, at 22 Park 
Crescent, Portland Place, on Tuesday, 26 Feb- 
ruary, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 2 March 
1895, after a service at St. Paul's, Great Portland 
Street, London. Will dated 31 July 1889, with 
codicil dated 13 February 1890, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 312, 95) 13 March 1895, by Ale.iander 
Joseph Plowes, son. He married Angela Otelza 
Belaustiguey. =f" 



Frederick Plowes, died, 
aged 36, at Mercedes, 
Buenos Ayres, on Wednes- 
day, 18 March 1885. 



Alexander Joseph Plowes. 



William John Plowes. 



lohn Peter While of Belgrano, -=j=Lin;y Ann, Ijorn 27 March 1846; 



Maria Louisa. 



Buenos Ayres (eldest son of John 
Peter White of Barbados, \Vest 
Indies, by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. of Samuel Whitney of Bar- 
bados) ; born at Barbados 28 
March 1844, bapt. there; died 
at Buenos Ayres 18 October, 
bur. there 20 October 1897. 
Portrait at Doughton Cottage, 
Ross-on-Wye, in the possession 
of Mrs. Getting, his daughter. j\^ 



marr. at St. John's, Buenos 
Ayres (by the Rev. James Smith, 
M.A., I).]).), 6 March 1873 ; 
died, aged 44, at Quinta de 
Plowes, Belgrano, 20 December 
1890, bur. at Buenos Ayres the 
next day. Portrait at Doughton 
Cottage, Ross - on - IVye, in the 
possession of Mrs. Getting, lur 
daughter. 



(See Ptaigree of White, Vol. 14, page IIT.) 



Rev. James Magrath, of Trinity= 
College, Dublin, B.A. 1859; Curate 
of Betley, co. Stafford, 1857-60, of 
Codicote, CO. Hertford, 1860, of Bix, 
CO. Oxford, 1860-64, of Hollesley, co. 
Suffolk, 1864-70, and of Ackworth, 
CO. York, 1870-73 ; Vicar of Rod- 
bourne Cheney, co. Gloucester, 1873 
-75, and of Chersley, co. Buckingham, 
.878-83. 



=Ann, born at Ken- 
nington Oval, 
Lambeth, co. Sur- 
rey, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Lambeth, 
21 August 1816 ; 
marr. at Ackworth 
on Tuesday, 3 
October 187 1. 



Eliza, born at Kennington, bapt. 
at St. Mary's, Lambeth, 12 June 
1818; died, aged 94, at 39 York 
Terrace, Regent's Park, London, 
on Friday, 3 May 19 12. Will 
dated 28 June 1907, with codicil 
dated 22 October 1908, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 844, 12) 23 May 19 12, 
by Arthur William Walker and 
Joseph Ernest Oldfield. 



George Plowes of Thornwbod, Verulam, near Durban, Port Natal, ^ 
South Africa; born in London 27 January 1820; died, aged 84, at 
Pye Nest, Berea, Durban, 28 October, bur. in the Church of England 
Cemetery, Durban, 29 October 1904. 




=Annie Sophia, only 
dau. of Arnold Merrick 
of Ivorni Hills, co. 
Hereford, by Anne his 
2nd wife, dau. of Cap- 
tain Wilson, Master 
Mariner ; born at 
Ivorni Hills 31 May 
1846, bapt. at All 
Saints', Portland Place, 
London ; married at 
Christ Church, Ad- 
dington, Durban, 3 
August 1865. 

c 



Herbert George Victor Plowes= 
of Ermelo, Transvaal ; born at 
Umhlali, Natal, 19 April, bapt. 
at St. James', Umhlali, 9 
September 1866. 



=Louisa, dau. of John Whipp of Newcastle, Natal, by Mary 
Ann his wife, dau. of James Hodgson ; born at Mooi River, 
Natal, I July 1869, bapt. at the Cathedral, Maritzburg, Natal ; 
marr. at Holy Trinity, Newcastle, Natal, 18 July 1894. 



George Arnold Plowes, born at Durban 
15 April, bapt. at Newcastle, Natal, 30 
May 1895 ; served with South African 
Infantry in German West African 
Campaign 1915-16. 



Charles Merrick Plowes, born at Newcastle, 
Natal, 27 June, bapt. at Volksrust, Tiansvaal, 
10 October 1897 ; served with South African 
Infantry in German East African Campaign 
1916; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Air Force 1918. 



General Sir William Thompson Adair, K.C.B., of Loughanmore, Dunadry, co.=Angela Eliza, 
Antrim, and of 35 Hereford Square, London (son of General Sir Charles William married at 
Adair, K.C. B., R.M.L.I., by Isabella his wife, daughter of Colonel Thompson St. Peter's, 
Aslett) ; born 21 June 1850 ; educated at Cheltenham College ; Lieutenant Royal EatonSquare, 
MarineLight Infantry 6 December 1867, Captain 1881, Major 1889, Lieut.-Colonel London, on 
1896, Colonel Commandant 1905, Major-General 1906, Lieut.- (Jeneral 1910, Wednesday, 
General 7 February 1912, retired 1915 ; A.A.G. for Royal Marine Forces 15 February 
19 November 1900, D.A.G. 1907-11; Instructor at Royal Military College i Sep- 1905. 2nd 
tem.ber 1886, Professor at Royal Naval College 16 August 1890; served in wife. 
South African War 1899-1900, Special Service Officer 3 February 1900, 
Assistant Inspector- General Lines of Communication 14 March 1900 (Queen's 
medal with clasp) ; K.C.B. 25 June 1909 ; D.L. for co. Antrim, High Sheriff 1916 
He married istly in 1880, Rose, daughter of John E. Naylor, who died at 
St. Leonard's -on -Sea, co. Sussex, on Monday, 28 December 1903, and was 
buried in Ore Cemetery, co. Sussex. 



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Rev. Joseph Kenwoithy (son of Josluia^ 
Kenworthy) ; born at Aiiniliuihe, co. 
York ; educated at Giggleswick and at 
Caius College, Cambridge, admitted 
Pensioner 20 April 1S33, aged 18, B.A. 
1838; Rector of Ackworth, co. York, 
1844-75 > died, aged 61, at the Rectory, 
,\ckvvorth, 2 July 1875. /\\ 



=Maria, born at Lambeth, co. 
Surrey, 7 April 1822 ; marr. 
at St. Pancras', London, 2 
January 1855; died, aged 86, 
at Collingwood, St. John's 
Park, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 
on Thursday, 23 July 1908. 



Louisa, marr. at St. 
Pancras', London, 
16 December 1845, 
James Sydney Wal- 
ker, 3rdson()f\Villiam 
Walker of Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

I 



Joseph 01d-=i=Henrietta, born at 
field, ist ; Lambeth; marr. at 
St. Pancras', Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 
1 1 May 1852 ; 
died, aged 89, at 
3 Phillimore Gar- 
dens, Kensington, 
London, 1 1 Octo- 
ber 1916. 



Lieutenant 
Bengal Artil- 
lery 10 Feb- 
ruary 1846. 



William Plowes, died, aged 36, at= 
Buenos Ayres on Thursday, 22 August 
1867. Memorial Brooch inscribed: 

" WILLI.MM PLOWES DIED AUGUST 22"° 

1867, AGED 36," in the possession of 
Mrs. Getting of Doiighton Cottage, 
Ross-on- Wye, co. Hereford. 



.Agnes Anne, eldest 
dau. of Benjamin 
Appleyard ; marr. 
at Buenos Ayres on 
Monday, 26 Novem- 
ber i860. 



Agnes Louisa, born at Buenos Ayres on Saturday, 
9 May 1863, died on Tuesday, 21 July following. 



Sidney Arnold Plowes of Everaley,=[=Augusta ( Clarence, dau. of Jabez Turton of Berea, 
Lothian Road, Rondebosch, Cape Durban, Natal, by Susanne his wife, dau. of Richard 



1 own, South Africa ; born at Umhlali, 
Natal, South Africa, 29 September 
1867 ; bapt. at St. James', Umhlali. 



Clarence; born at Stamford Hill, Berea, 1 1 August 1873 ; 
marr. at St. Augustine's, Berea, 17 September 1895. 



Errol Sidney Plowes, born at 
Rondebosch, Cape Town, 22 
February, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Rondebosch, in April 1898; 
2nd Lieutenant Royal Field 
Artillery ; killed on active 
service near Hangard Wood, 
south-east of Amiens, France, 
9 April T918. 



Marjorie, born 
at Rondebosch, 
Cape Town, 30 
December 1901, 
bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Rondebosch, 20 
February 1902. 



Joan (twin with Barbara), born 
at Rondebosch, Cape Town, 31 
October, bapt. at St. Thomas', 
Rondebosch, 7 December 1905. 

Barbara (twin with Joan), born 
at Rondebosch 31 October, bapt. 
at St. Thomas', Rondebosch, 7 
December 1905. 



Albert Arthur Shuter of Durban, =f=Edith Annie, born at Thornwood, 
Natal, son of John David Shuter I Verulam, Natal, 29 December 1869, 
of London and of Durban, by bapt. there ; marr. at St. Paul's, 
Louisa Lily white his wife. | Durban ,13 September 1894. 



Florence Ethel, of 
Durban ; born at 
'i'hornwood, Veru- 
lam. Natal, 38 
January 1871. 



Robert Henry Lindam (son of Major Charles James I^indam of=Adelaide (Adela), married 
the Rifle Brigade and of H.M.'s Gentlemen-at-Arms) ; died, aged at St. George's, Hanover 
57, at Bookham Gables, Great Bookham, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, Square, London, 25 April 
20 April, buried on Thursday, 22 April 1915. 1894. 



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Jr^Ur^^^-^ 



atttoootJ of ^ion iJ^tll, co. Maowster. 




Arms on record in the College 0/ Arms. 
Quarterly of six : i and 6, Gules a cross 
indented between {I and 4) a lion 
rampant, {2 and 3I a swan close all argent, 
Attvvood ; 2, Per pale argent and gules 
a chevron vair between three quatrefuils in 
the centre chief point a fleur-de-lys all 
countcrchanged, Adams ; 3, Or on a 
mount in base vert an oak tree proper over 
all on a fesse gules three cinqiiefoils of the 
first in dexter chief two annulets interlaced 
paleways sable, Cari.ess ; 4, Argent three 
bendlets vert between two cintiueToils 
gules, ToMKYS ; 5, Azure three garbs 
or within a bordure engrailed argent on 
a chief or a talbot dog passant sable, 
Pratchett. 

Crest. — Beneath an oak tree a demi- 
swan wings expanded proper. 

Motto. — Possunt quia posse videntur. 



Elizabeth (elder 
sister and coheir 
of her brother, 
the Rev. Edward 
Carless of Wol- 
stanton, co. Staf- 
ford, M.A. Wad- 
ham College, Ox- 
ford, and Vicar 
of Wonastow, co. 
Monmouth), dau. 
of William Car- 
less of The 
Ra venhu rst, 
Harborne, co. 
Stafford, Master 
Extraordinary in 
Chancery, by 
(his cousin) Mary 
Pratchett his 
wife ; born 7 Oc- 
tober 1784, bapt. 
Harborne ; 
there 12 
1806 ; died 
S a m a r e z 
Manor, Jersey, 
26 April 1840, 
buried in the 
churchyard of 
St. Clement's, 
Jersey, ist wife. 



at 

marr. 
May 
at 



Birmingham and of 
Ilandsworth Hall, 
near Birmingham ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
Paddington, Lon- 
don, 30 June 1845 ; 
died at The Uoynes, 
Upton - on - Severn, 
CO. Worcester, 26 
June 1888 ; bur. 
with her husband 
in the old parish 
chuichyard, Manley 
Castle. 2nd wife. 



^Thomas Attwood of Bir-=Elizabeth, only dau. 
mingham, co. Warwick, of Joseph Grice of 
Banker (3rd son and in 
his issue representative 
of Matthias Attwood of 
Hawne House and of The 
Leasowes, near Halesowen, 
CO. ^\'orcester, and of the 
City of Birmingham, 
Banker, J. P. and D.L. for 
cos. Salop and Worcester ; 
by Anne Adams his wife, 
of Cakemore House, near 
Halesowen) ; born at 
Hawne House 6 October 
1783, bapt. at Halesowen; 
Captain 3rd Battalion 
Loyal Birmingham Volun- 
teers 1803; appointed High Bailiff of Birming- 
ham i8ii ; Founder of the Birmingham Political 
Union 1830 ; elected an Honorary Freeman of 
the City of London 1832 ; M.P. for Birmingham 
12 December 1832, resigned in December 1839 ; 
died at Ellerslie, Great ^lalvern, co. Worcester, 
6 March 1856, bur. in the old parish church- 
yard, Hanley Castle, co. Worcester. Adiiion 
granted (P.C.C.) 27 June 1856, to Elizabeth 
Attwood, relict. Portrait (by John Samuel 
Raven) at Binswood Loiige, Leamington Spa, 
CO. IVarivick, in tJie possession of his grandson, 
Thomas Arthur Carless Attwood; also a statue 
in Stephenson Place, Birmingham. 




George de Bosco .Attwood of= 
London, Banker ; born at The 
Larches, Sparkbrook, Binning- 
ham, 15 March i8o8, bapt. 
there privately ; Secretary to 
the Bank of British North 
America; died 24 April 1855, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. 



=Mary, dau. of William Medley of Mansfield in Iver, co. Buckinghain, 
and of the City of London, by Mary his ist vvife, dau. of John Baptist 
Shackle of Botwell House, Hayes, co. Middlesex; marr. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensington, London, 31 December 1835 ; died at Gleiuhorne, 
Twickenham, co. Middlesex, 3 September 1882, bur. with her husband 
in Kensal Green Cemetery. Will dated 28 June 1880, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 810, 82) 7 November 1882, by George Reginald Attwood, son, 
and Arthur Lionel Medley, nephew. 



I 
Evelyn Thomas Attwood, born 13 January 1838; died at St. Margaret's, Twickenham, 13 August 
1880, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 4 September 
1880, to George Reginald Attwood, brother. 

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Thomas Aurelius Attwood of Hawne House,= 
near Halesowen, co. Worcester, afterwards of 
Wood End House, Erdington, co. Warwick, 
Banker; born 4 March 1810, bapt. at 
Deritend, co. W'arwick ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
admitted 16 April 1844, called to the Bar 
13 June 1851 ; Major Warwickshire Rifle 
Volunteers ; died at Wood End House, 
Erdington, 8 April 1864, bur. in the church- 
yard at Halesowen. Adirion was granted at 
Birmingham 11 July 1864, to Mary Attwood, 
relict. 



=Mary, dau. of Joseph Smallwood of Birming- 
ham and of Castle Bromwich, both co. Warwick, 
by Mary his wife, dau. of Edward Bosworth of 
Castle iiromwich ; born 4 June 1820, bapt. at 
St. Philip's (now the Cathedral), Birmingham ; 
marr. at Aston-juxta-Birminghani 17 November 
1857 ; died at Sion Hill House in Wolverley, 
CO. Worcester, 23 November 19 17, bur. with 
her husband in the churchyard at Halesowen. 
Will dated 14 June 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
5, 18) 16 January 1918, by Thomas Arthur 
Carless Attwood, son. 




^^^^^^ 




Thomas Arthur Carless Attwood of Sion Hill House in= 
Wolverley, co. Worcester, and of Binswood Lodge, 
Leamington Spa, co. Warwick, F.S.A. ; born at Erdington, 
CO. Warwick, 27 May 1863, bapt. there; educated at 
Uppingham and at Pembroke College, Oxford, matriculated 
25 January 1883, B.A. 1886, M.A. 1889; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 1884 ; a Fellow of the Society of 
Antiquaries. 



=Hon'''= Hilda Evelyn (Pomeroy), 
dau. of James Spencer, 6th 
Viscount Harberton ; born 16 
September 1866; marr. at St. 
Jude's, South Kensington, Lon- 
don, s October 1892 ; obtained 
a decree of nullity of marriage 
6 February 1902. 



Arthur de Bosco 
Attwood, born 
29 December 
183S ; died 30 
April 1844, bur. 
in Kensal Cireen 
Cemetery. 



William Carless 
Attwood, born 
12 June 1841 ; 
died in infancy, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Ceme- 
tery, London. 



George Reginald Attwood= 
of Glaslyn Court, Crick- 
howell, CO. Brecon ; born 
28 June 1847; died at 
Glaslyn Court i February 
1901, bur. at Llanelly, co. 
Brecon. Will dated i 
November 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 405, 1901) 
12 April 190 1, by Con- 
stance Marion Attwood, 
relict. 



"Constance Marion, dau. of the Rev. William Other 
Harper Brandreth, Rector of Standish, co. issue. 
Lancaster, Hon. Canon of Manchester 
Cathedral, by his cousin Alice his 2nd 
wife, dau. of Thomas Brandreth of 
Ormskirk, co. Lancaster ; marr. at 
Childwall, CO. Lancaster, 5 October 1887. She 
married 2ndly, as his 2nd wife, at St. Andrew's, 
Carlisle Place, London, 23 July 1907, Colonel 
Sir Alexander Bruce Tulloch, K.C.B., C'.M.G., 
of Hesketh House, Torquay, co. Devon ; he died 
at Glaslyn (!ourt 25 May 1920. 



Rosamund Carless, of Glaslyn Court, Crickhowell ; 
born at Glenthorne, St. Margaret's, Twickenham, 
CO. Middlesex, 8 August 1888. 



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Daniel Bell Wakefield (son of=j=Angela, born u November 



Edward Wakefield of Totten- 
ham, CO. Middlesex, merchant, 
and brother of Edward Gibbon 
^Vakefield, Colonizer of New 
Zealand) ; born at Romford, 
CO. E,ssex, 27 February 1798 ; 
of the Inner Temple, called 
to the Bar 1834; Judge of the 
Supreme Court at Wellington, 
New Zealand; died 8 January 
1858; bur. at Wellington. He 
married istly Selina Elizabeth 
de Burgh, who died in 1828. 



181 2 ; marr. at St. Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, i Sep- 
tember 1835 ; died at 
Church Gate, Cheshunt, co. 
Hertford, 30 November 
1874, bur. in the cemetery 
at Cheshunt. Will dated 
16 August 1872, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 843, 74) 15 
December 1874, by Alice 
Mary Wakefield, spinster, 
daughter. 2nd wife. 



Edward Marcus Attwood of 
Val de la Haye, near Rouen, 
France; born 13 June 1816; 
of Lincoln's Inn, admitted 9 
March 1836 ; called to the 
Bar 26 January 1843; <lied 
unmarried at Val de la Haye 
6 November 1868, bur. at 
Rouen. Will dated 28 October 
1868, proved (Prin. Reg., 691, 
68) 27 November 1868, by 
Henry Wilson Demain Saunders 
and Henry Wilkin. 



A 



Algernon Attwood=f=Emma, dau. of John Foulkes 



of London, Banker; 
born r February 
1819 ; died at En- 
more, Torquay, co. 
Devon, 1 1 August 
1861, bur. in the 
cemetery at Tor- 
quay. Will dated 
7 July i86t, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 514, 
61) 7 September 
1861, by Emma 
Attwood, relict. 



of Elwy House, Wrexham, 
CO. Denbigh, by Sarah his 
2nd wife, dau. of Joseph 
Langford of Wrexham ; 
marr. at Shenley, co. Hert- 
ford, 30 August 1853 ; died 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, 4 July 1878, bur. 
in the cemetery at Ore, co. 
Sussex. Will dated 3 July 
1866, proved (Prin. Reg. 
624, 78) 17 August 1878, 
by Henry Wilson Demain 
Saunders. 



Henry Wilson Demain= 
Saunders of the City of 
London, merchant, and of 
Waltham Holy Cross, co. 
Essex, afterwards of Fan- 
shaws, near Hertford (2nd 
son of C. Saunders of 
Sittingbourne, co. Kent); 
born in 1822; High Sheriff 
forco. Hertford 1887 ; died, 
aged 66, on Sunday, 1 1 
November 1888, bur. at 
Bayford, co. Hertford. He 
married 2ndly, i February 
187 1, Minnie, only child 
of Samuel Bolton Eden- 
borough of Thrift Hall, 
CO. Essex. 



"Rosabel, born 
24 July 1821 ; 
marr. at Bar- 
ming,co.Kent, 
28 August 
1855 ; died i6 
August 1867, 
bur. at Wiston, 
CO. Suffolk. I St 
wife. 



Llewellyn Cariess Foulkes Attwood=j=Rachel Edith, dau. of Arthur Alexander Other 



of Gresford, co. Denbigh, and of 
Ty Derlwyn, Pandy, co. Monmouth ; 
born 15 December 1854; J. P. for 
CO. Monmouth. 



Corsellis of Wandsworth, co. Surrey and of 
Torquay ; marr. at St. Ann's, Wandsworth, 
24 July 1879; died 22 June 1917, bur. at 
Bishopston, co. Glamorgan. 



Algernon Foulkes Attwood, born at St. Ann's Hill, Wandsworth, Edith Cariess, born 

17 May 1880; of Christ Church Oxford; Captain 4th Battalion at St. Ann's Hill, 

Royal Fusiliers; served in European War ; died at Vailly, France, Wandsworth, 30 

during the battle of the Aisne, 14 September 1914. June 1884. 




^'AJT? A 




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ik 




Anns on record in tkt- College of Arms. — 
Argent three bars gule";. 

Crest. — A falcon proper wings displayed 
argent charged wilii three bars gules bells 
and gesses argent. 



WaooUcombe, 



R()i)ert Woollcomhe of \Vinscot,=]=Elizabeth, and 



CO. Devon {3rd son of John Morth 
Woollconibe of Pitton and Ashbury, 
CO. Devon, by Haniet his wife, 
dau. of William Helyar of Coker 
Court, CO. Somerset) ; bapt. at Ash- 
bmy 26 January 1790; entered the 
Royal Artillery as 2nd Liuulenant i 
July 1806, ist Lieutenant 1807, retired 
as Captain 18 June 1824; served in 
the Peninsular War 1809-14, including 
the battles of Fuentes d'Onor (slightly 
wounded) and Castalla, and the siege 
of Tarragona (medal witii clasp) ; died, 
aged 60, at ('lifton, co. Gloucester, 
15 May 1849, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, co. Somerset. 
Will dated 22 April 1843, proved 
(P.C.C., 557, 49) 7 July 1S49, by 
'I'homas Woollcombe, brother, and 
Elizabeth Woollcombe, relict. 

{For earlier Pedigree see " Notes " 
lo •' i'isita'ion of England and 
I Vales," Vol. 14, page 24.) 



dau. of Bonamy 
Dobree of Beau- 
regard, (Guernsey ; 
mairied at St. 
I'eter's, Guern 
sey, 18 July 1816; 
died, aged 85, at 
II V'oik Plare, 
Clifton, on Tues- 
day, 30 Novem- 
ber 1875, bur. 
in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bris- 
tol. Will dated 2 2 
June 1 875, proved 
at Bristol 21 De- 
cember 1875, by 
Harriet Martha 
\\" o o 11 c o m be, 
Elizabeth Anne 
Woollcombe and 
Ellen Wooll- 
combe, spinsters, 
daughters. 



Harriet Martha, born 
in Guernsey 22 July 
1817 ; died at 10 York 
Place, Clifton, on Tues- 
day, 28 January 1890, 
bur. in Arno's Vaie 
Cemetery, Bristol. Will 
dated 12 June 1876, 
proved at Bristol 1 7 
March 1890, by Eliza- 
beth Anne Woollcombe 
and Ellen Woollcombe, 
spinsters, sisteis. 



Robert William Woollcombe, born= 
in Guernsey on Monday, 22 March 
1 8 19; Assistant- Surgeon 68th Light 
Infantry 28 March 1845, Surgeon- 
Major Devon Artillery Militia i 
IVLarch 1873 to 22 March 1884; 
died at Ellesdee, Westbury-on-Trym, 
CO. Gloucester, 7 March 1904, 
buried at We,stbury-on-'l'rym. \s'\\\ 
dated 14 May 1898, proved at Bristol 
7 April 1904, by Isabella Frances 
Mary Mainwaring, daughter, wife 
of .Sweedland Melvill Mainwaring, 
Ellen Woollcombe, spinster, sister, 
and Gerald Douglas Woollcombe, 
cousin. 



=Jane, 2nd dau. of John 
Rilkelly of Drimcong, co. 
Galway ; marr. at Grange 
Church, Dublin, 4 March 
1851 ; died, aged 86, at 14 
Waterloo Road, Dublin, 20 
January 19 13, bur. in Glas 
nevin Cemetery, Dublin. 
Will dated 13 August 1904, 
with codicil dated 12 January 
1908, proved (Prin. Reg., 
Dublin, 187. 13) 12 March 
19 1 3, by Robert Lloyd Wooll 
combe, LL. D., Barrislerat 
Law, son. Se.'»led in London 
10 April 19 13. 

B 



Robert Lloyd Woollcombe, LL. D.,of 14 Waterloo Road, 
Dublin ; born at New .Street, Dorset Square, London, 
II March 1852, bapt. at the parish church, Marylebone, 
London ; of 'I'rinily College, Dublin, B.A. 1S78 (prize 
for Feudal and English Law), MA. i88r : obtained i)y 
public examination the degree of Doctor of Laws in the 
<2ueen's Uiii\i_'rsily, Ireland, t88i ; Member of the 
Senate of the University of Dublin ; Doctor of Laws :>,:id 
Member of Convocation of the National University of 
Ireland ; Foundation Life P'ellow of Imperial Institute 
and a Member of the Royal Irish Academy : railed 
to the Irish Bar Michaelmas 1876; appointed Chief 
Clerk of King's Bench Division, Dublin, 10 July 1919. 



I 



September 1056; 
marr. at Devon- 
port, CO. I )evon. 



Sweedland Melvill==Tsabella Frances 
Mainwaring (son Mary, born 10 
of Major-Generai 
Sweedland Main- 
waring, MadrasStaff 
Corps) ; died, aged 
59, at Springleton, 
Torquay, CO. Devon, 
on Tuesday, 1 6 
January 19 17, bur. 
in the cemetery at 
Torquay. 



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Colonel John Dobree Woollcombe, C.B. ; born at Cotnbe= 
Raleigh, co. Devon, lo November 1822; Ensign Royal 
Bombay Artillery 11 June 1841, Lieutenant 1843, Captain 
1854, Major 1858, Lieut.- Colonel 1861, Colonel 25 iVIarch 
1865 ; commanded Nusseerabad Brigade 17 March 1872 to 
death ; served in the Indian Mutiny, present at the siege 
and capture of Dhar in 1857, at battle of Mundessore 
(brevet of Major), at siege, storm and capture of Jhansi 
and of Chandairee, and battle of Betwa (C.B. 21 March 
1859, medal with clasp); died, aged 52, at Nusseerabad, 
Bombay Presidency, India, on Saturday, 28 March 1875. 



=Adina Jane Roberts, dau. of 
Dr. Malcolnison, Indian Army ; 
niarr. at Nusseerabad 10 March 
1856 ; died at St. Helier, Jersey, 
i4September 1890. Will dated 9 
August 1887, proved (Prin. Reg. 
987, 90), 13 October 1890, by 
Mary Anne Sophia Grigg, 
spinster. 



Elizabeth Anne, born at Morchard Bishop, ro. Devon, 
29 October 1825 ; died at 9 Victoria Square, Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 21 July 1896, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, co. Somerset. Will dated 12 June 
1876, proved at Bristol 6 August i8g6, by Ellen 
Woollcombe, spinster, sister. 



Frederick Peter Woollcombe, born 
at Buston, co. Nottingham, 25 
August 1820; Deputy - Assistant 
Commissary - General ; died, aged 
35, at Demerara, British Guiana, 
27 February 1856. 



Ellen, born at Morchard Bishop 4 April 1827; died, aged 86, at 42 
Royal York Crescent, Clifton, on Tuesday, 17 June, bur. in Arno's 
Vale Cemetery, Bristol, 20 June 1913. Will dated 24 June 1904, 
with three codicils dated 27 November 1908 to 29 January 191 2, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 12 16, 13) 4 July 1913, by the Rev. Arthur 
Augustus Woollcombe and Gerald Douglas Woollcombe, cousins. 



Mary Dobree, born at 
Winscot, CO. Devon, 
29 April 1829 ; died 
9 November following, 
bur. at Ashbury, co. 
Devon. 



Thomas Dobree Woollcombe, born 11 March i860, bapt. at the 
Garrison Chapel, Devonport, co. Devon; Lieutenant ist Devon Militia 
17 November 1880; died at 14 Waterloo Road, Dublin, i June 1908, 
bur. in Gl.isnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Will proved in the Principal 
Registry, Dublin (459, 1908), 3 July 1908, by Jane Woollcombe, mother. 



Ann Courtenay, of 
Dublin ; born nt 
Devonport 17 Sep- 
tember 1867, bapt. 
there. 



/'0^m~ //ffUpf 



r 





/^iAeom/^ 



S8 



Igaoolkombe of ^itton auD asljburj. 



CO. ii^CUOU, 



The Yen'"''' Heniy W'oollcomhe of I'ilton and Ashbuiy,= 
CO. Devon, Archdeacon of Barnstaple (eldest son ot the 
Rev. Henry Woollconibe, Rector of Ashbury, by Jane 
Frances his wife, 2nd dau. of Rear-.-\dmiral Sir Thomas 
Louis, I!aronet) ; born at Broadhembury, co. Devon, 
26 March 1813; educated at Westminster, achiiitted 
18 January 1826, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 May 1831, B.A. 1834, M.A. 1835 ; 
admitted to Lincohi's Inn 16 April 1836; Curate of 
Sheepwash and Highampton, co. Devon, 1838-44 ; 
Prebendary of Exeter 8 December 1843 ; Examining 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Exeter 1843-61 and 
1875-85 ; Vicar of Kingsteignton, 1844-58, and 
of Heavitree, both co. Devon, 1858-69 ; Canon of 
Exeter October i860 ; Archdeacon of Barnstaple 
October 1865; Patron of Highampton; author of 
"Notes on the Gospel of St. John, i.-iv.," 1876; 
died at The Close, Exeter, co. Devon, 4 June 1885, 
bur. at Ashbury. \Vill dated 27 May 1884, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 825, 85) 26 September 1885, by Charles 
Bellield WooUcombe of Ashbury, sou. 

{For larlier Pedigree see " Nntes^' to "J'tsitaiion 
of Eiig/and and Il'u/es," I'o/. /./, page 2J.) 



=Jaquette Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of (Japtain C'liarles 
Belfield Louis, R.N., by 
Mary his wife, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Roger Mallock 
of Cockington Court, co. 
Devon ; niarr. at Cocking- 
ton 14 May 1846 ; died, 
aged 74, at 5 Barnlield 
Crescent, I'^xeter, on Mon- 
day, 7 May, buried at 
Heavitree 10 May 1900. 
Will dated 1 December 
1893, with two codicils 
date<l 16 July 1898 and 
6 May 1900, proved at 
Exeter i June 1900, by 
Mary WooUcombe, spinster, 
daughter, and the Ven'"'' 
Henry Housmayne du 
Boulay, Archdeacon of 
Bodmin. 



ALary, born at 
Kingsteignton 
28Marchi847, 
bapt. there. 



Henry WooUcombe of Ashbury; born=i=Annie Mary Josepliine, dau. and 



at Kingsteignton 8 August 1848 ; of 
Exeter College, Oxford, matriculated 30 
May 1868, B.A. 1872 ; a Student of 
the Inner Temple 1873 ; J. P. for 
CO. Devon ; died at Ashbury, and 
buried there 23 July 1883. Adnion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
17 September 1883, to Annie Mary 
Josephine WooUcombe, relict. 



heir of William Jordan of Belgrave 
Street, Eaton Square, London ; 
marr. at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, Hyde Park, London, on 
Thursday, 27 July 1876; died at 
Kinterbury, Newton Abbot, co. 
Devon, on Wednesday, 15 July, 
bur. at Ashbury 20 July 1891. 



Henry Morlh WooUcombe, 
born at The Close, Exeter, 
on Tuesday, 29 May, 
bapt. at Ashbury 8 
July 1877 ; died, aged 
3 months, at The Close, 
Exeter, on Tuesday, 28 
August following, bur. at 
Ashbury. 



Major John Morth WooUcombe of Pitton and 
Ashbury ; born 28 June, bapt. at Exeter 
Cathedral 24 July 1878 ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Devonshire Regiment 7 March 1900, 
Lieutenant 20 December 1901, Captain 4 
November 1911, Major 1 September 1915; 
served in South African War 1900 to 30 
May 1902 (Queen's medal with two clasps, 
King's medal with two clasps); in Mesopo- 
tamia, killed in action 3 February 1917. 



Annie Jaquette 
Uadigunde, born 
at Exeter 25 
February 1880. 



59 



Charles Belfield Woollcombe, born=Betty Williams, 

at Kingsteignton, co. Devon, 2 ofOkehampton, 

March 1851, bapt. there; of co. Devon; 

Trinity College Oxford, matriculated marr. at St. 

25 January 187 1, B.A. 1875, M.A. Margaret's, 

1878 ; Captain North Devon Yeo- Westminster, ou 

manry Cavalry ; J. P. for co. Devon ; Wednesday, 23 

died, aged 50, at The Coopers, November 1892. 

Chislehurst, co. Kent, 11 April Shemarried istly 

1901, bur. at Ashbury, co. Devon. A.A.Williams. 
Adnion was granted at Exeter 20 
June 1901, to Betty Woollcombe, 
relict. 



Walter George Woollcombe, bom at 
Heavitree, co. Devon, 2 January 1856; 
of Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 
2 June 1876, B.A. 1880, M.A. 18S3; 
man ied Annie Gertrude Townsend. He 
died at Birmingham, co. Warwick, 11 
February, bur. at Acock's Green, co. 
Worcester, 14 February 1900. Adiiion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 
28 March 1900, to Annie Gertrude 
Woollcombe, widow. 

I 

I 

Nora, born at Birmingham 
4 July 1896 



Herbert Louis Wooll- 
combe,born at Heavitree 
I August 1862, bapt. 
there ; educated at Win- 
chester and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 18 October 1881, 
B.A.(4th-classTheology) 
1885 ; Secretary of the 
Charity Organisation 
Society. 



I 
Rev. Thomas Clement Wooll- 
combe, horn at Heavitree 2 July 
1864, bapt. there ; educated at 
Clifton College and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 
16 October 1883, B.A. from 
Charsley Hall 1888, M.A. from 
Keble College 1890 ; Curate 
of Roath, CO. Glamorgan, 1889 
-1919 ; Vicar of St. James'-the- 
Less, Fly mouth, CO. Devon, 1 9 1 9. 



Gerald Curgen-= 
ven (son of the 
Rev. F. H. Cur- 
genven. Assis- 
tant Master at 
Clifton College). 



"Jaquette Frances, 
born at Heavitree 
I September 1867 ; 
marr. at St. Sid- 
well's, Exeter (by 
her brother, the 
Rev. Thomas Cle- 
ment Woollcombe) 
on Tuesday, 7 
January 1902. 



Major Louis Douglas Woollcombe of= 
Pitton and Ashbury ; born at Ashbury 
28 May 1882; 2nd Lieutenant Devon- 
shire Regiment 19 March 1902, Lieu- 
tenant 19 April 1905, Captain 28 October 
1914, Major 15 March 19 17, acting 
Lieut.-Colonel Commanding Territorial 
Force Battalion Devonshire Regiment 
21 September 191 7; served in Mesopo- 
tamia 1918-19. 



=Esm^, dau. and 
heir of Major 
Horace Amyatt- 
Burney of Wood- 
hill, Honiton, co. 
Devon ; marr. at 
St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 28 
August 1912. 



Marcella Jose- 
phine, born at 
Exeter 16 May, 
bapt. at Ash bury 
14 July 1881; 
died at Exeter 
1 June, bur. at 
Ashbury 4 June 
1886. 



Dorothy Mary, 
born at Exeter 
1 1 February 
1884, bapt. at 
St. Sidwell's, 
Exeter, 1 3 March 
18S4. 



Anne Daphne Amyatt, born 
at Fremington, co. Devon, 22 
June, bapt. at Ashbury 16 
August 1 91 3. 



John Charles Ernl^ Wooll- 
combe, born in London 12 
October, bapt. at Ashbury 
23 November 1914. 



Kenneth Douglas U'oollcombe, 
born at Bombay, India, on 
i\Ion(Jay, 13 March iyi6, bapt. 
there. 



Morth Henry .Amyatt Woollcombe, 
horn at Bombay 23 October 1917. 



Ernl^ Edensor W'oollcombe, born 
in London 14 May 1919. 



60 



LCW(Jo(larh-^ 



Igaoolltombe. 



The Rev. L'luis Woollcoailv (2nii son ot the Rev.= 
Henry W'oollcoinbe, Rector of Aslibury, co. Devon, 
by Jane Frances his wife, 2nd dau. of RearAdmir;d 
Sir Thomas Louis, baronet) ; l)orn at Broadhenibury, 
CO. Devon, 27 March 1814; of Wadham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 9 I'ebruary 1832, Scholar of 
Pembroke College 1832-37, B.A. (2nd Lit. Hum.) 1835 ; 
Fellow of Exeter College 30 June 1837, M.A. 1838; 
Rector of Petrockstowe, co. Devon, 14 January 
1845-83, Vicar of Menheniot, co. Cornwall, 1883-87 ; 
died, aged 75, at Talland, Newton Abbot, co. Devon, 
on Friday, 19 April, bur. at Wolborough, co. Devon, 
22 April 1889. \Vill dated 26 July 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 483, 89), 15 May 18S9, by Gerald 
I)ouglns \Voollcombe, son. 

{For earlier Pedigree see " Notes " to " Visitation 
of England and Wales," Vol. 14, page 24.) 



=.\ugusta Rundell, dau. of the 
Rev. Charles Brown, Rector of 
\\'hitcstone,co. Devon, by Mary 
his wife, dau. of John Clarke 
of Tooting, CO. Surrey ; born 
at Whitestone 23 October 
1823 ; married there 18 Jan- 
uary 1854; died, aged 68, at 
Talland, Newton Abbot, on 
Easter Day, 17 Ajiril 1892, bur. 
at Wolborough. Will dated 16 
August 1889, with codicil 
dated 2 I'ebruary 1892, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 615, 92) 14 May 
1892, by Cerald Douglas 
WooUcombe, son. 



Margaret, of Lieut.-General Sir Charles Louis WooUcombe, K.C.B.,= 
Newton'Abbot ; K.C.M.G. ; born at Petrockstowe 23 March 1857, bapt. 
born at Petrork- there ; educated at Marlborough and at the Royal Military 
stowe 21 Jan- College, Sandhurst; Sub- Lieutenant 46th Foot 11 October 
uary 1855, bapt. 1876, of the 25th Foot 1877, Lieutenant King's Own 
there. Scottish Borderers 1876, Captain 1886, Major 1897, Lieut. - 

Colonel (by brevet 1898) 1900, Colonel 1901, ^Lljo^- 
General 1908, Lieut.-General 3 December 1913; Colonel 
King's Own Scottish Borderers 31 August 1910 ; D..-\..'\.G. 
(Musketry), Bengal, 10 May 1890, A.A.G., India, 14 April 1899, Brigade - 
Commander, India, 19 March 1906, General Officer Commanding Highland 
Division, Scottish Command, 19 March 191 1, General Officer Commanding- 
in-Chief, Eastern Command, 5 August 1914; served in Afghan ^Var 1878-80, 
with Peshawar Held Force and Khyber Line Force (medal) ; in Chin-Lushai 
Expedition 1889-90 (medal with clas[)) ; at operations in Chitral 1S95 ; on 
North -West Frontier of India 1897-98; in Mohmand Expedition (on Staff); 
with Tirah Expeditionary Force (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 
II January 1898, brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, two clasps); in European War 
1914-17, Commanded 2nd Army Central Force 1915-16, and the 4th .'\rmy 
Corps in France 1916-18 (mentioned in despatches, "London Ga/.et'o," 
4 January, 15 May and 11 December 191 7, and 7 April 19 18, two medals); 
C.B. 30 May 1907, K.C.B. i January 1916; K.C.M.G. 25 February 1920. 



=Agnes Meade, 
youngest dau. of 
(jeneral Sir John 
Irvine Murray, 
K.C. B., Indian 
Army, by Wilhel- 
niina Stanley his 
wife, youngest 
dau. of Major 
Duncan Archi- 
bald Malcolm, 
Political Agent 
for Gwalior and 
S u n d e 1 k u n d ; 
marr. at St. 
Mary Magda- 
len's, Me can 
Meer, India, on 
^^'ednesday, 15 
December 1886. 



Malcolm Louis WooUcombe, O.B. E., born at= 
Kasauli, India, 8 May, bapt. there 2 June 
1891 ; educated at Marlborough and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; 2nd 
Lieutenant (unattached) 3 September 1910, 
to Indian Army 4 November 191 1, Lieutenant 
3 December 1912, Captain Lincolnshire Regi- 
ment 21 August 1916; A.D.C. to General 
Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Com- 
mand, 15 September 19 14, Staff- Lieutenant 
(2nd -class) 18 April 1916, General Staff 
Officer (3rd-grade) 23 July 1916, Brigade- 
Major 13 April 19x7 ; served in European 
War 1914-17 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London (Gazette," 15 May 1917), O.B.E. 
13 December 1919. 



=Eileen, youngest 
dau. and coheir 
of Colonel Con- 
way Bisb.op of 
61 Rutland Gate, 
South Kensing- 
ton, London ; 
marr. at Bromp- 
t o n Parish 
Church, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 16 Octo- 
ber 1919. 



Charles Stephenson WooU- 
combe, born at Newton Abbot 
12 December 1895, bapt. there; 
educated at Marlborough and 
at the Royal Military t;ollege, 
Sandhurst ; 2nd Lieutenant 
King's Own Scottish Bor- 
dcreis 8 September 1914 : killed 
in action, aged 18, near Bethune, 
I'rance, 12 October 19 14. 



Joan Wilhelmina, born at 
Blackheath, co. Kent, 26 May 
1904, bapt. there. 



Reginald Woollcombe of 7 Southwick l'lace|= 
Hyde Park, London ; born at Petrockstowe, 
CO. Devon, 27 October 1858, bapt. there ; 
educated at the Royal Engineering College, 
Cooper's Hill ; appointed to ihe Public Works 
Department, India, 1880 ; services lent to the 
liombay, Baroda and Central India Railway 
Company 1885, retired 1900. 



=Mabel, 4th dau. of the Rev. Charles William 
Sillilant, Rector of ^Vear (jifford, co. Devon, by 
Georgiana Caroline his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
William Duthy ; marr. at Christ Church, Ealing, 
CO. Middlesex (by the Rev. Louis Woollcombe 
and the Rev. Arthur Augustus Woollcombe), 
on Wednesday, i September 1S86. 



Arthur iMcLeod Clnrke, son of the ^'en'''== 
Arthur Frederic Clarke, Archdeacon of Roch- 
dale, CO. Lancaster, by Laura Agnes his wife, 
dau. of J. A. Russell of Yeatton, co. Hants. , 



=Xancy, born at Mhow, Central India, 
on Saturday, 11 August 1894; marr. 
at IJombay 21 February 19 16. 



1\ 



Rev. Arthur .\ugustus Woollcombe, born at Petrockstowe=f=Miriam Sibylle, 5th dau. of Admiral 



28 November 1S60, bapt. there ; educated at All Hallows', 
Honiton, and at Blundell's School, Tiverton ; non-collegiate 
of Oxford, matriculated 17 January 1880, B.A. from St. 
Mary's Hall, Oxford, 1884, M.A. 1894; Curate of 
Cradley, co. Hereford, 1S84-86, of Over Stowey, co. 
Somerset, 1886-87, of East and West Stower, co. 
Dorset, 1887-92, of Leusdon, 1892-94, and of High- 
week, both CO. l)evon, 1894-97 ; Rector of Teigngrace, 
CO. Devon, 1897-1909; Vicar of Leusdon 1909. 



William Cornish Bowden, Knight 
of Legion of Honour, by Elizabeth 
Anne his wife, of Zaire, Newton 
Abbot, CO. Devon, dau. of James 
Cornish of Black Hall, co. Devon; 
marr. at Wolborough, co. Devon, 
5 January 18 )8. 



Louis Arthur William Woollcombe, born at the Rectory, Teigngrace, Miriam Joy, 

I December 1898; educated at Newton College, Newton Abbot, and at born at Leus- 

Exeter College, Oxford, matiiculated 14 October 1919; Private in 28th don 15 July, 

London Regiment (Artists' Rifles) 21 October 1916 ; 2nd Lieutenant South bapt. there 20 

Staffordshire Regiment 18 December 1917 ; served in France with loth August 1914. 
Royal Warwickshire Regiment (wounded 5 June 1918), medals. 



1 
Clara Jaquette, born at Petrockstowe 
12 April 1863, bapt. there; died at 
Talland, Newton Abbot, on Monday 
4 December 1893, bur. at Wolborough, 
CO. Devon. Will dated 30 April 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 11 48, 93) 27 
December 1893, by the Rev. .Arthur 
Augustus Woollcombe and (Jerald 
Douglas Woollcombe, brothers. 



I 
Gerald Douglas Wooll-=j 
ccjmbe of Cranmere, j 
Newton Abbot ; horn 
at Petrockstowe 20 
February 1865 ; bapt. ' 
at Petrocks t owe ; ! 
admitted a Solicitor 
lanuarv 188S. j 



-Mary Edith Violet, eldest dau. 
of Edward Arthur Harley of 
Clifton, CO. Gloucester, Regis- 
trar of Bristol County Court, by 
Jessie his wife, dau. of Henry 
Gilpin of Cliftcn ; marr. at All 
Saints', Clifton, on Tuesday, 8 
January 1895. 



Geoffrey Harley Douglas Woollcombe, born at Cranmere, 
Newton Abbot, on Sunday, 27 November 1898, bapt. at 
Wolborough; educated at Marlborough ; 2nd lieutenant 
Indian Armyi9i6, lieutenant 1917 ; attached to 2nd 
King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles; served on the Indian 
Frontier during European War (mentioned in despatches), 
two medals; Captain Indian Army 1921. 



Richard Jocelyn \Voollcombe, 
born at Cranmere, Newton 
Abbot, on Wednesday, 9 April 
1902, bapt. at Wolborough ; 
educated at Marlborough. 




62 



Wloollfombe, 



The Rev, George AVoollcombe (youngest 
son of the Rev. Henry W'oollconibe, 
Rector of Ashbury, co. Devon, by Jane 
Frances his wife, 2nd dau. of Rear Admiral 
Sir Thomas Louis, Baronet) ; born at 
Pillaton, CO. Cornwall, 13 April 1819 ; of 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 1 1 
May 1837, B.A. (4th classics) 1841, M.A. 
1844; Curate of Dittisham 1842-52, of 
Thorverton 1854-58, and of Highampton, 
all CO. Devon, 1858-61 ; Rector of High- 
hampton i86i-8o ; died, aged 67, at 
34 Richmond Hill, Clifton, co. Gloucester, 
on Saturday, 7 May, bur. in Arno's Vale 
Cemetery, Bristol, co. Somerset, 12 May 
1886. Will dated 24 January 1868, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 677, 86) i July 1886, by 
Emily Rose Woollcombe, relict. 

{For earlier Pedigree, see " A'b/es " 
to " Visitation of England and 
Wales" Vol. 14, page 2j). 



■=Rmily Rose, and 
dau. of Charles 



Stirling of Teign- 
mouth, CO. Devon ; 
niarr. at Leusdon, 
CO. Devon, 22 June 
1865 ; died at 
Morth Grange, 
North Lew, co. 
Devon, 14 August, 
bur. at North 
Lew 1 7 August 
1905. Will dated 
3 March 1899, 
proved at Exeter 
25 September 1905, 
by the Rev. 
Henry St. John 
Stirling Woollcombe 
and Gerald Doug- 
las Woollcombe, 
nephew. 



Mary Elizabeth Rev. Henry St. John Stirling Woollcombe, born= 

Stirling, born at Highampton 27 December 1869; educated 

at Buckeridge, at Clifton College and at Keble College, Oxford, 

Teignmouth, on matriculated 12 October 1889, B.A. (3rd-class 

I'hursday, 20 History, znd-class Theology) 1892, M.A. 1901 ; 

June 1867. Curate of St. Dunstan's, Stepney, 1895-1901 ; 

head of Oxford House, Bethnal Green, both co. 

Middlesex, 1 901-1909 ; Travelling Secretary of 

the Church of England Men's Society and 

Chaplain to Archbishop of York 1909-11, and 

Domestic Chaplain 1911-13; Rector of St. 

Bartholomew's, Armley, co. York, 1913. 



Florence Hilda, 3rd dau. of 
the Rev. George Marsham 
Argles, Canon of York and 
Rector of St. Clement's, 
York, by Mary Anne his 
wife, dau. of Thomas 
Harrison of Singleton Park, 
CO. Westmorland ; marr. 
at St. Clement's, York (by 
the Archbishop of York), 
29 October 1 91 3. 



Richard George Stirling 
Woollcombe, born at 
Armley 5 October, bapt. 
at St. Bartholomew's, 
Armley, 4 November 
1914. 



Joan Radegund, born 
at the Vicarage, 
Armley, on Wednes- 
day, 24 May 1 9 1 6, bapt. 
at St. Bartholomew'.s, 
Arnilev. 



Mary Lorna, born 
at the Vicarage, 
Armley, 19 June 
1918, bapt. at 
St. Bartholomew's, 
Armlev. 



Rosamond Margaret, 
born at the Vicarage, 
Armley, 21 September 
1 919, bapt. at St. 
Bartholomew's, Armley. 



63 



Captain Louis Charles Stirling WooUcombe, C.B.,= 
M.V.O., R.N., of The Old Parsonage, Dalkeith, 
Midlothian ; born at Torquay, co. Devon, 25 
March 1872 ; educated at Clifton College and 
on H.M.S. "Britannia"; entered Royal Navy 
1885 ; Lieutenant 31 December 1893, Commander 
30 June 1905, Captain 15 February 1911; 
Commander of H.M.S. "Medina" during their 
Majesty's visit to India 1911-12 (M.V.O. 4th- 
class 191 2) ; served in South African War (medal) ; 
in European War 1914-16, at battle of Jutland 
(mentioned in despatches, C.B.) 



=Constance Perry, 
dau. of the Rev. 
Richard William 
Perry Circuitt, 
Vicar of Brix- 
ham, CO. Devon ; 
marr. at Brixham 
6 March 1905. 



Ernest Arthur Stirling 
WooUcombe, born at 
Highampton 27 August 
1873; died 14 June 1875, 
bur. at Highampton. 



Eleanor Jaquette Stir- 
ling, born at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 26 
January 1882, bapt. at 
St. Paul's, Clifton. 



Cicely Rose, born at The 
Hawthorns, Brixham, on 
Tuesday, so March 1906. 



John Louis ^^'oo!lcombe, born 
at Stoke Devonport, co. 
Devon, 15 January 19 10. 



Michael Louis 
WooUcombe. 



64 



iSinnp. 



%Z€cOQ^: <^:l. 



Alexander Binny of St. Andrew's, co. Kife {2nd son of Alexander^ 
Binny, by his wife Isobel L>ickson, of Forfar, and grandson of 
Alexander Binny, Provost of Forfar); born in 1758; of the Bengal 

Infantr)', Cadet 1781-82, 2nd 
Lieutenant 28 January 1785, 
Lieutenant (retired) i April 
1794; died 24 October 1833, 
bur. at St. Andrew's. Adiiioii 
(with will dated 20 July 1833) 
was granted (P.C.C. 263 
May 1834, to John Binny and Bazett David 
the attornies of Alexander Colvin Binii)', son. 




From a receipt Haled 
14 Sept' 1738. 



' fforfar 



Teig/imouih) 3 1 

Colvin, two of 

Portrait in oils in the possession of Mrs. McTier, widow of Robert 

Fergusson AlcTier, grandson of Alexander Binny 



=Elizabeth Amelia, eldest 
dau. of William Jackson, 
Attorney to the Hon'"'' 
East India Co. and 
Registrar of the Supreme 
Court, Calcutta, by 
Margaret Steuart his 
wife ; born in 1778 ; 
marr. 4 May 1796 ; died 
17 July i8t3. 



Margaret i\Lati!da, 
born 29 Novem- 
ber 1797 ; died 
26 March 1800. 



Isabella, born 
10 March 1799; 
died unmarried 
27 November 
1832. 



Anthony McTier of=f=Maria, born i6 August 1800; 



Durris House, co. Km- 
rardine; died, aged 81, 
at Durris House, on 
Saturday, 5 August 
1854, 



marr. at Calcutta 16 February 
1819; (lied, aged 52, at Durris 
House, on Thursday, 30 
December 1852, bur. at Durris. 



A 



William Scott Binny, born at Calcutta 29 March 1802;= 
Merchant at Madras, India; died, aged 77, at 40 Queen's Gate 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, on Friday, 11 April, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 17 April 1879. 
M.I. Will dated 5 January 1878, with codicil dated 19 ."Xpril 
1878, proved (Prin. Reg., 405, 79) i May 1879, by 
Alexander Thomas Binny and Steuart Bayley Binny, sons, 
and Thomas Key. 
Portrait in oils in 
the House of Binnv 
and Co., Madras. 




'Emma Mary, dau. of Samuel 
Summer Dyer, Superintending 
Surgeon, Madras Army, by 
Sarah Page his wife ; born 24 
March 1807 ; marr. at St. 
George's Cathedral, Madras, 29 
March 1825 ; died, aged 57, at 
Ormsby Hall, co. Lincoln, on 
Saturday, 17 December, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 23 December 1864. 
M.l. 



Major-General William Henry Binny of Crespigny House, Aldeburg!i,= 
CO. Suffolk ; born at I'lllore, Madras, 16 December 1825, bajit. at 
St. George's Cathedral, Madras, 21 P'ebruary 1826 ; educated at King's 
College, London, and at Bath ; entered the Army as Ensign 10 June 
1843, transferred to gth Bengal Native Infantry 1844, Lieutenant 1848, 
Captain Bengal StaffCorps (by brevet 1858) i860. Major (by brevet 1863) 
1864, Lieut. -Colonel 1869, Colonel by brevet 1S74, retired 17 December 
1878 ; hon. rank of Major-General 19 February 1879 ; served during 
the operations against the Hill Tribes in the Peshawur District in 1855 
(medal with clasp) ; commanded the Banda Military Police Battalion 
at the relief of Kirwee in December 1858, and subsequent operations 
against the rebels in the Banda District and adjoining Native States 
(medal) ; died, aged 74, at Bullmore, Uffculme, co. Devon, 19 
September, bur. at Aldeburgh 24 September 1900. Will dated 18 
November 1898, with two codicils dated 8 February 1899 and 3 August 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 1358, 1900) 17 October 1900, by Catherine 
Sophia Binny, relict, and Robert Blake Yardley, Barrister-at-Law, son- 
in-law. Portrait in oils 
y. x^ ^^ *■ y , /y >» (as a youth) in the pos- 

"^^^/C^-Ta ^m^c^^ ^ ...A^^^f^i^ £ ^et^^r^i^ , ^„^/^„ gf ^/^ daughter, 

Afrs. Moritz. 



'Catherine .Sophia, tlau. 
of Captain James 
Murray, of the Hon"' 
East India Co.'s Service, 
London Recruiting 

Officer for 28 years, 
by Catherine his wife, 
dau. cf John Wood ; 
born at 28 SohoSquare, 
London, 18 December 
1841 ; marr. at Dehra 
Diin, North - West 
Provinces, India, 21 
December 1857 ; died, 
aged 71, 9 October, 
bur. at Aldeburgh n 
October 19 12. 



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Thomas Hare Binny, born 8 January 
1805 ; Assistant Registrar to Court 
of Adawlat, Surat, Bombay, India, 
15 September 1825 ; died unmarried 
28 January 1826. 



Matilda, born 15 
Octoiier 1807 ; 
died unmarried 
6 July 1825. 



I 
Alexander Colvin Binny, born 27 
September 1809 ; a partner in 
Binny's house, and subsequently of 
Hill's Indigo Factory, Bengal, India ; 
died unmarried 8 April 1843. 



Alexander Thomas Binny, born at Madras, India, 27 October 1827, bapt. at St. George's 
Cathedral, Madras, 26 January 1828 (Sponsors: Alexander Binny, Thomas Binny and Isabella 
Binny); died unmarried, aged 79, at 10 Queen's Gate Place, South Kensington, London, on 
Friday, 12 April, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on Tuesday, 16 April 1907. M.I. 
Will dated 30 October 1905, with codicil dated 30 January 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 699, 1907) 
9 May 1907, by Steuart Bayley Binny and Lieut.- Colonel Harry Alexander Dyer Curtis. 



William Oxenden 
Murray Binny, born 
at Dehra Diin, 
North -West Pro- 
vinces, India, 21 
January 1859, bapt. 
there (Sponsors: Sir 
Henry Oxenden, 
Baronet, of Broome 
Park, near "^Canter- 
bury, CO. Kent, and 
Lady Oxenden) : 
died 1 3 August 
1859, bur. at Banda. 
Central India. 



Charles Murray Henry= 
Scott Binny, born 
at Darjeeling, Bengal, 
5 August i860 ; died 
at !\Iahe, Seychelles 
Islands, aged 36, 23 
December 1897, bur. 
there the next day. 



=Edith Mary, 2nd dau. of Colonel Robert Hamilton 
Vetch, C. B., R. E., Deputy Inspector- General of 
Fortifications ; born 8 November 1868 ; married 
at Bombay, India, on Saturday, 17 December 
1892 ; married 2ndly at St. Gabriel's, Warwick 
Square, London, on Thursday, 13 September 
1900, Guy Whittingham Caine, son of George 
Whittingham Caine, formerly H.B.M.'s Consul at 
Hankow, China. 



Hamilton Aleck Charles Gordon Vetch 
Binny, born at Alleppey, Travancore, 
India, 25 September 1893. 



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William Murray Binny= 
of Teddington, co. 
Middlesex : born at 
Dinapore, Bengal, 13 
November 1867, bapt. 
there ; educated at 
King's College, Lon- 
don,andat Cheltenham 
College ; Assoc. M. 
Inst. C.E. 



=Sarah, 3rd dau. 
of John Roberts 
of Birch Hill, 
Llangollen, North 
Wales; born at 
Llangollen ;marr. 
at St. Matthias', 
Richmond, co. 
Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 3 1 March 
1900. 



Alfred Moritz=i=Katharine Murray, A twin sister 



A son, born 10 September 
1 90 1, died the same day. 



of 41 Mount 
Park Crescent, 
Ealing, co. 
Middlesex (son 
of Emmanuel 
Moritz) ; born 
at Highbury, 
CO. Middlesex, 
17 January 
1868. 



born at Barrack- 
pore, Bengal, 26 
January 1870, bapt. 
there ; marr. at 
Aldeburgh, co. Suf- 
folk, 21 December 
1894. 



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born 26 Jan- 
uary 1870; 
died the same 
day. 



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Henry Hariiigton Glass, entered tlie B(inibay Civil Service, \Vriter 1817,= 
Acting ist Assistant to Collector and Assistant Magistrate at Surat, Honibay, 
India, 1821, Judge and Session Judge, Ahniednugger, Collector of Customs, 
Presidency, 1843 ; died, aged 79, at Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, on 
Thursday, 4 April 1878, bur. in Norwood Cemetery. Will dated 22 
December 1876, [iroved (Prin. Reg., 400, 78) i May 1878, by Matilda 
Amelia (Jlass, spinster, daughter. 



=HarrIet Ann, born 
27 July 181 1 ; marr. 
16 January 1831 ; 
died in Edinburgh 
on Thursday, 8 
November 1855. 



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Henry Steuart Piinny, horn at Madras, 
India, 6 January 1830; died unmarried 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 24 
August 1869, bur. in the borough 
cemetery, Hastings, co. Sussex. Adfiion 
was granted at the Principal Registry 1 2 
June 1894, to Alexander Thomas Binny 
and Steuart Rayley Binny. 



Edward Dyer Binny (twin with Emma Jane), born 
at Madras 29 March 1832 ; Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Canara, Madras, 1852; died at 
Ciieltenham, co. Gloucester, 13 January i860, bur. 
in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. M.I. Adnion 
was granted at the Princi[)al Registry 3 May i860, 
to William Scott Biraiy, fr.tlier. 



Lieut. -Colonel Henry Au-= 
gustus Magrath of Mala- 
hide, CO. Dublin (only son 
of Colonel Henry Marsh 
Septimus Magrath, of the 
Indian Staff Corps, by 
Ellen Margaret his wife, 
dau. of Henry Augustus 
Dillon); born at Bangalore, 
Madras, 20 October 1867 ; 
entered the Royal Marines 
as Lieutenant i February 
1886, transferred to Indian 
Staff Corps 3 January 1889, 
Captain 51st Sikhs 1897, 
Major 1 904, Lieut. Colonel 
I February 191 2 ; served in 
Waziristan Expedition 1894 
-05 (medal with clasp) ; in 
North - West Frontier of 
India 1897-98, at Tochi 
(medal with clasp). 



=Edith Murray, Lieut. -Colonel Steuart Murray=i=Harriet Maud, 
born at Bar- Binny, born at Jubbulpore, ; dau. of Surgeon- 
rackpore, Ben- Central India, 21 November 
gal, 4 March 1872, bapt. there; educated at 
187 I, bapt. the Royal Naval School, New 
there ; married Cross, afterwards at Sandhurst ; 
at Aldeburgh, entered the Army as 2nd Lieu- 
co. Suffolk, on tenant Northumberland Fusiliers 
Thursday, 8 18 May 1892, Lieutenant 1895, 
June 1893. Captain 1898, Major 1907, 

Lieut. - Colonel 7 September 

191 2 ; Paymaster Army Pay 

Department 22 January 1898 

to 6 September 1907, ist-class 

Assistant Accountant Army 

Accounts Department i May 

1905 to 31 ] December 1909, 

Staff Paymaster 7 September 

1907. 



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Major Edward 
McCarthy of 
Bulama, Eastern 
Villas Road, 
.Southsea, co. 
Hants ; married 
at St. Simon's, 
Southsea, on 
I'uesday, 12 
September 1 899. 



Keith Steuart Binny, born at Bulama, 
Eastern Villas Road, Southsea, on 
Sunday, 4 September 1904, bapt. at 
Southsea. 



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Henry Charles Curtis (3rd son= 
of Sir William Curtis, 2nd 
Baronet, by Mary Anne his 
wife, only child of George Lear 
of Leytonstone, co. Essex) ; 
horn 7 June 1S12 ; entered the 
Army as Ensign 85th (The 
King's Light Infantry) Foot 30 
December 183 1, Lieutenant 
4 March 1 836 ; niarr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Thursday, 15 July 
1852 ; died at Ifeild, near 
Crawley, co. Sussex, aged 48, 
on Thursday, 7 March 1861. 
Adiiion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 1 1 May 
1861, to Emma Jane Curtis, 
relict. I St husband. 



=Emnia Jane (twin with= 
Edward Dyer), born 
29 March, bapt. at 
St. George's Cathedral, 
Madras, Lidia, 21 
July 1832 ; died at the 
Postern, Tonbridge.co. 
Kent, on Monday, 27 
March, bur. at War- 
boys, CO. Huntingdon, 
on Saturday, i April 
1899. Will dated 
7 September 1896, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
994> 99) 19 August 
1899, by Harry Alex- 
ander Dyer Curtis, 
Major Royal Artillery, 
and Jeremiah Osb.'iriie. 



=Rev. Charles Gray Hill Harriet Key, 
(son of Jeremiah Hill bornatMadras 
of Down House, Stoke 22 January 
Bishop, CO. Gloucester, 1834 ; died 
by Frances his wife, 18 September 
dau. of Thomas Daniel 1835, bur. at 
of Bristol); born 15 Cape of Good 
March 1823 ; of Trinity Hope. 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849; 
Rector of Warboys 1871, Rural Dean ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 28 April 1863; 
died at the Rectory, Warboys, aged 71, 
on Thursday, 20 September, bur. at 
Warboys 25 September 1894. ^\'ill 
dated3i January 1 885, proved (Prin. Reg., 
14S' 95) 2 February 1895, by Alexander 
Thomas Binny. 2nd husband. 



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A 



Flmma Elizabeth Harriet, 
born at Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia, 
31 December 1864; died 
onboard the "LaHogue," 
Plymouth, co. Devon, on 
Friday, 2 August 1867, 
bur. in the cemetery at 
Plymouth. 



Montague Arthur Fenton (eldest son of=j=Harriette Eleanor, born 



Charles Ducker Fenton of Doncaster, 
CO. York, M.D., by Emily his wife, dau. 
of Charles Battye) ; born at Doncaster 
29 June 1850, bapt. at the parish church, 
Doncaster ; educated at Doncaster (jram- 
nuir School and at .St. John's College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term, 1880, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887 ; H.M. 
Inspector of Schools. ^-f^ 



at 37 Bryanston Square, 
London, on Friday, 8 
March 1867, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryanston 
Square ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 
London, on Thursday, 
25 June 1889. 



Robert Blake Yardley of The== 
jiirches, Worcester Park, co. 
Surrey, and of 9 Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, London (only son 
of Charles Yardley of St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex, by F'anny 
Susannah his wife, dau.of \\'illiam 
John Blake of Croydon, co. 
Surrey) ; born at Clifton Road 
East, St. John's Wood, 1 8 October 
1858; matriculated at London 
University in 1875 ; of King's 
College, Cambiidge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term, 1877, B.A. 
1881, M.A. 1884; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 8 October 
1879, called to the Bar 17 
November 1882. 



'Margaret Murray, 
born in London 
1 2 June, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Pad- 
dington, London, 
r6 June 1874 ; 
marr. at Alde- 
burgh,co. Suffolk, 
on Tuesday, 16 
April 1895. 



Edmond Francis Neville= 
Currey of Lismore, co. 
^Vaterford (eldest son of 
John Edmond Currey 
of Lismore, M.D.) ; a 
Student at St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital, London, 
M.R.C.S.Eng.,L.R.C.P. 
Lond. 1895 ; formerly 
House Physician West 
London Hospital ; Hon. 
Captain in the Army ; 
served in the South 
African War as Captain 
21st Battalion Imperial 
Yeomanry. 



"Constance Mur- 
ray, born in 
London 15 Oc- 
tober 1875, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
P a d d i n g t o n , 
London, 5 Jan- 
uary 1876; marr. 
at Aldeburgh 
on Saturday, 24 
July 1897. 



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John Binny of Sydney, New South W'nlos ;=pICli/.;ibelIi Maria, dau. of the Hon'''' Robert 
born in Bryan.ston Scjuare, London, 31 March | Jolinson of Urooksljy, Double Bay, New South 
1836 ; a partner in Binny's hou,-,e and after- I NVales, Member Legislative Council, by lilizabelh 
wards a merchant in Sydney; died at Alma 1 his wife, dau. of James Byrne, ^L1). ; born at 
Street, Darlington, New South Wales, 20 \ The (kange, Sydney, 27 July 1845 ; marr. by 
August 1882. Adiiion was granted 12 June 1 licence at St. Mark's, Darling Point, Sydney, on 
1894, to Elizabeth Maria l^inny, relict. j Saturday, 23 January 1864. 



Edward Pain Mourilyan (only son of Captain Edward Mourilyan of=j=Mabel Lilian, 
St. George's Lodge, Deal, co. Kent, R.N.) ; born 21 November 1861 ; a | born 30 Octo- 
Student at Guy's Hospital; M.B. Lond. 1885, ^LR.C.S. Eng. 1885 ; Surgeon | her 1869; marr. 
Royal Navy 22 February 18S8, Staff Surgeon 1900, Fleet Surgeon 22 February : at St. Judes,' 
1904; as Surgeon H.^LS. "Doris," served with Naval Brigade November ' South Kensmg- 
1899 to June 1900, present at actions of Modder River, Magersfontcin. ' ton, London, 30 
Paardeburg and Driefontein, and at the occupation of Bloemfontein and relief June 1891. 
of Wepener (Queen's medal with three clasps). zK 



Lieut.- Colonel Steuart Scott Binny, D.S.O. ; born at Sydney, New South= 
Wales, I July 187 1, bapt. at St. Mark's, Darling Point, Sydney ; educated 
at Haileybury ; 2nd Lieutenant 19th Hussars (Queen Alexandra's Own 
Royal) 2 June 1894, Lieutenant i S98, Captain 1903, Major 1910, 
Lieut.-Colonel loth Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers 5 February 1916; 
Instructor at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; served in South 
African War (sometime Adjutant i9lh Hussars) 1899-1902 (mentioned 
in despatches, " London (iazette," 15 November 1901, Queen's medal 
with two clasps, King's medal with two clasps, D.S.O.) ; Adjutant to the 
Royal East Kent Yeomanry i January 1905 to 21 December 1907; 
Railway Transport Officer August 1914, Deputy Assistant Director of 
Railway Transports at General Headquarters 1914 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," i January 1916); killed in action, aged 
44, near \'pres, Flanders, on Friday, 3 March 1916. 



=Marjorie, of Fircroft, 
Stoke Poges, co. Buck- 
ingham, 3rd dau. of 
Henry Champion of 
Sibdon Castle, co. 
Salop; marr. at St. 
Peter's, F2aton Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 
24 January 1911. 
She married 2ndly 
Captain Heiny Reed 
Darley, 4th (Royal 
1 rish) Dragoon 
Guards. 



John Anthony Francis Binny, born at The Susan, born at Quarry House, Shrewsbury, 

Terrace, Roya! Military College, Sandhurst, co. Salop, 15 June, bapt. at the parish 

13 December 191 1, bapt. at the RoyalMilitary church, Ludlow, co. Saloi>, 18 June 1914. 
Chapel, Sandhuist, 22 February 191 2. 



Gertrude Ann Lancaster, youngest= 
dau. of Alfred Rawles of New 
Maiden, co. Surrey ; marr. at All 
Saints', Kingston on-Thames, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 1 7 July 
1906 ; divorced on his petition 
in January 1914; nmrr. andly in 
London, 25 July 191 4, J. Herbert 
Piper. I St wife. 



John Murray Binny, born in London ij^pHilda Mary, 
June, bapt. at St. Peter's, Paddington, [ youngest dau. 
London, 22 luly 1877 ; served in Southern ' of Henry Pas 
Nigeriai902(medal with clasp),and inSouth ; coe of Truro, 
AfricanWar, with Westmorland and (dumber- '■ co. Cornwall: 
land Yeomanry (Queen's medal with four ; marr. in Lon- 
clasps. King's medal with one clasp); aj don7Decem- 
District Commissioner in Southern Nigeria ; ' ber ic)i6. 
died, aged 43, in Tasmania, 13 April 1920. ami wile. 



John William Lancaster Binny, born at Kingswood, 
Hampton Wick, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 29 
November 1908, bapt. at Hampton Wick ; died, 
aged II, at Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 22 June, bur. 
at Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk, 25 June 1920. 

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Henry Pascoe Binny, born 
at Ulverstone, Tasmania, 
10 November 1919, bapt. 
at Launceston, Tasmania, 
in March 1920. 



Thomas Crawford Binny, born at= 
Madras, India, lo March, bapt. at 
St. George's Cathedral, Madras, 
4 July 1839 ; of the Government 
Service, Sydney, New South Wales, 
Australia ; died at Glebe Point, 
near Sydney, 22 July i8gi, bur. 
in Waverley Cemetery, Sydney. 
Will dnted 18 October 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1154, 94) 8 December 
1894, by Frederick George Taylor. 



=Margaretta Hunter, 
eldest dau. of Wil- 
liam Tydd Taylor 
of Terrible Vale, 
New South Wales ; 
marr. at Terrible 
Vale on Monday, 
13 October 1862 ; 
died at Sydney 24 
July 1906, bur. in 
Waverley Cemetery, 
Sydney. 



Harriet Maria, born at 37 Bryan- 
ston Square, London, 23 Ajjril 
1841, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields, Westminster ; died at 
Mentone, France, on Saturday, 
II June 1904, bur. there. Will 
dated 16 June 1898, with 
codicil dated 12 July 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 869, 1904) 
18 July 1904, by Alexander 
Thomas Binny and Steuart 
Bayley Binny. 



Steuart William Binny, born in 
July 1863, died same month. 



EmmaMargaretta, born 2 September 
1 864, died same month. 



Harriet Lucy, born 
25 January 1866. 



Major Alan James Murray Binny, />.s.c., born in London 9 November,^ 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Paddingion, 6 December 1878; Cadet Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst, 1896-97 ; of the Bedfordshire 
Regiment 189S-1900; of the 6th Bombay Cavalry, Jacob's 
Horse (now the 36th Indian Cavalry), 1900-1901 ; of the ist 
Duke of York's Own Bengal Lancers, Skinner's Horse (now 1st 
Duke of York's Own Lancers, Skinner's Horse), September 1901 ; 
Adjutant 1902 -1908; Major 1 September 1915; temporary 
Lieut. -Colonel 1917-19; Attache Army Headquarters, India, 
1908; A.D.C. to General Commanding Burma Division, 
II February 191 1 to February 19 13; Staff College, Queita, 
February 1913 to October 1914; D.A.A. and Q.M.G. B.innu 
Brigade November 19 14 to December 1915 ; operations in Tochi 
Valley 1914-15, action at Miranshah 16 March 1915 (mentioned 
in despatches) ; General Staff Officer, Peshawar Division, December 
191 5 to February 1917 ; operations against Mohmands November 
1916; A.A.G. Headquarters Mesopotamian Exjieditionary Force, 
February 1917 to February 1918 (mentioned in despatches); 
A..\. and Q-M.G. Derajat Brigade, February 19 18 to January 
1919; ist Duke of York's Own Lancers, January 1919; Afghan 
War 19 1 9, action at Datta Khel 16 and 17 May 191 9 (meniioned in 
despatches). Medals: 1914-15 Star, Victory and General Service 
medals v.-ith clasps, .\fghan War medal with clasp. Served under 
l'"oreign Office on Klagenfurt Inter-.Mlied Plebiscite Commission May 
1920 ; admitted to Livery of the Carpenters' Company 4 .'\pril 191 i. 



=Dorothy, eldest dau. of 
Frederick Arthur Crisp 
of The Manor House, 
Godalming, co. Surrey, by 
Gertrude his wife, dau. of 
John South of Stutton, co. 
Suffolk {see Pedigree of 
South, Vol. II, f age 18); 
born at Inglevvood House, 
Grove Park Denmark Hill, 
CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 
19 July, bapt. at Stutton 
(by the Rev. the Hon""' 
Walter Brabazon Pon- 
sonby) 11 September 
1881; marr. at Godalming 
(by the Rev. Gerald 
Charles Fanshawe and the 
Rev. Canon Edward 
Francis Powring) on 
Tuesday, 16 August 1910. 

{See Pedigree oj Crisp, 
Vol. 13, page^ 118, 
and Addenda, Vol. ij, 
rasre .vii.) 



-Alan 'I'revor Crisp Binny, born at Maymyo, 
Upper Burma, India, on Thursday, 19 October, 
bapt. there (by the Ven'''^ Charles Page Cory, 
Archdeacon of Bangor) 11 November 191 1 
(Sponsors : General Sir Robert Irvin Scallon, 
G.C.'B., K.C.I.E., D.S.O., William Murray 
Binny [by proxy], and Margaret Crisp). 



Daphne Dorothy Crisp, born at Hindhead, 
CO. Surrey, at 11.20 p.m. on Thursday, 14 
August 1 9 13, bapt. at Godalming (by the 
Rev. Gilbert Harding) on Tuesday, 27 January 
1914 (Sponsors: Alice Katharine Beatrix 
Powell, Barbara Crisp, and Lieut.- Colonel 
Steuart Murray Binny). 



Sumner Merle Binny, 
born at 37 Bryanston 
Square, London, 1 1 
March 1843, l)apt. 
at the parish church, 
Marylebone, Lon- 
don ; educated at 
Addiscombe; Ensign 
3rd Bengal European 
Regiment ; died at 
Mussourie, India, 
15 April 1 86 1, bur. 
there. 



Steuart l^ayley Binny of Hassocks, co. Sussex= 
(twin with Cliarles Colvin) ; born at 37 Bryanston 
Square, London, on Saturday, 17 May, bapt. at 
the parish church, Marylebone, London, 21 
November 1845 ! of University College, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 December 1863 ; died, aged 74, 
at The Dale House, Hassocks, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 17 April, cremated at the Norwood 
Oematoriuni, co. Surrey, on Thursday, 22 April 
1920. Will proved in the Principal Registry in 
July 1920. 



^^/x^ly/' /-^ ^*/yi^c^^*^ 



=Mabel, only dau. of 
David Buchanan of 
Bloom field. Cove, 
Dumbarton, by RLar- 
garet Wilhelniine his 
wife, dau. of Andrew 
Douglas of Dundee ; 
born at Edinburgh 
29 May 1882 ; marr. 
at the British Vice- 
("onsulate and after- 
wards at St. John- 
the - Evangelist's, 
Mentone, France, 
on Thursday, i June 
'9°.S- 



Beryl Buchanan, born at 
Mentone on Wednesday, 
1 1 April, bapt. at St. John's, 
Mentone, 8 May 1906. 



Herbert Buchanan Binny, 
born at Mentone 15 March, 
bapt. at St. John's, Mentone, 
2 May 1908. 



I I 
Thomas Frederick Crawford 
Binny, born 5 April 1868. 

Amy Catharine, born 14 
September 187 i. 



Ethel Colvin, 
born 28 Feb- 
ruary 1875; 
marr. in 1901, 



M. Burroughs. 1905. 



Sydney Crawford Binny, 
born 14 July 1878 ; 
died in Sydney, New- 
South Wales, 10 August 



ArthurAlexander 
Crawford Binny, 
born 6 January 
1882. 



^Lajor Arthur John Galsworthy of Hayne House, Corfe, co. Somerset=pWilhelmine Henrietta 



(eldest son of Frederick 'I'honias Galsworthy of 8 Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London, and of Dinorben Court, Winchfield, co. Hants, by 
Isabelle his wife, dau. of W. \V'atson of Calcutta, India, Barrister-at-Law) ; 
born in July i860 ; educated at Eton ; joined the Essex Rifles Militia 
25 March 1880, Lieutenant i July 1881, Captain 26 April iSgo, Major 
II October 1S99, retired 1904; Lieutenant Reserve of Officers ; served 
as 2nd in Command of 3rd Battalion Essex Regiment in South African 
War (Queen's medal with three clasps) ; 2nd in Command 7th Battalion 
Somersetshire Light Infantry September 1914 to Deceml)er 1919 ; served 
in France and Flanders 1914-15 (1914 star and two medals). /^ 



Murray, born 
London 21 August, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, 
Paddington, London, 
29 September 1880 ; 
marr. in London on 
Thursday, 6 August 
1908. 



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Charles Colvin Binny (twin with Steuart Bayley), 
born at 37 Bryanston Square, London, on 
Saturday, 17 May 1845; died at Sydney, New 
South Wales, 3 September 1902. Will dated 
29 July 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 819, 1903) 
19 July 1903, by Steuart Bayley Binny. 



Matilda Mary, born at 37 Bryanston Sejuare, 
London, on Thursday, 28 August 1851 ; 
died, aged i year and 8 months, at 37 
Bryanston Square, on Tuesday, 5 April, 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 
9 April 1853. M.L 



John Watson of The Moot House, Aldeburgh, co.=Rosamund Murray,= 
Suffolk (5th son of Frederick Elwin Watson of born at 98 Suther- 
Seafield House, Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, formerly of land Gardens, Lon- 
Thickthorn, co. Norfolk, by Agnes his wife, dau. of don, on Friday, 6 
the Rev. John Taylor of Haynford, co. Norfolk) ; June, bapt. at St. 
born at Lakenham, co. Norfolk, 27 October 1854, I'eter's, Paddington, 
bapt. there; educated at Haileybury and at Caius London, 27 June 
College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1884. 
1872 ; Lord of the Manor of Kessingland ; niarr. at 
Cheam, co. Surrey, 18 November 1909; died, aged 
61, at the Moot House, Aldeburgh, on Sunday, 25 
July, bur. at Aldeburgh on Wednesday, 28 July 
1915. ist husband. 



=Allen George 
Thornton Turner, 
eldest son of Allen 
Turner of Finch- 
ley CO. Middlesex; 
marr. at St. Jude's, 
South Kensington, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 30 April igi8. 
2nd husband. 



Major Alexander Chrystie Murray Binny, born at i24=p.Elsie Jessie, dau. of Josepl 



Sinclair Road, West Kensington Park, London, on 
Tuesday, 13 July, bapt. at St. Peter's, Paddington, 12 
August 1886 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 2nd 
Cameronians 5 August 1905, transferred to Indian Army 
24 October 1906, Lieutenant i8th Infantry 5 November 
1907, Quartermaster igii to 1913, Captain 5 August 
1914, Adjutant 1913 to 1918, Major 5 August 1920; 
served in Waziristan, Derajat Brigade (1914-15 Star), 
and in North China 1915-18; District Officer Wei-Hai- 
Wei iqi8-20. 



Ranald McCombish of Field 
House, Formby, co. Lancaster, by 
Annie Asbury his wife, dau. of 
Edward Asbury Parker of Bootle, 
CO. Lancaster; born at Formby; 
marr. at St. John's, Mirzapur, 
United Provinces, India, on Friday, 
14 May 1909. 



Ranald Alexander William Binny, born 
prematurely at Field House, Formby, 
on i'hursday, 20 January, bapt. at 
Formby on Sunday, 27 February 1910. 



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ifttartonali) of Jfalcon ilWanor, near 
CotDcester, co. J»ortf)ampton, 

Arms. — Quarteiiy : 1st, or a lion rampant gules ; 2nd, or a dexter 
arm issuant from the sinister fesse point out of a cloud 
proper in the hand a cross-crosslet fitchee erect azure ; yA, 
argent a ship with sails furled sable ; 4th, per fesse azure 
and vert a dolphin naiant in fesse proper. 

Crest. — A dexter arm emhowed in fesse couped at the shoulder vested 
or cufifs argent holding in the hand a cross-crosslet fitchee azure. 



Ian .Macdonald ol Ness Castle, =j=Lydia, dau. of Major William Falconar, 93rd 



in the parish of Dores, co. Inver- 
ness (eldest son of Ian Macdonald 
of Inverness, by Janet McKenzie 
his wife); died, aged 55, at Ness 
Castle, 6 October 1831, bur. in 
the cemetery at Inverness. M.I. 



Highlanders, of Falcon Hall, Edinburgh, 
by Lydia his wife, dau. of John Davidson 
of Drumhall (Raddery), near Cromarty; born 
at Cromarty 14 December 1776 ; died at Nind- 
mills, Inverness, 23 May 1849, bur, in the 
cemetery at Inverness. M.I. 



Chesborough Claudius Macdonald of=j-Annie Campbell, dau. of James Galbraith, 
Cadargah and The Auburn, Queensland, 1 Writer to the Signet, by Jessie Campbell his 
Australia; born at Ness Castle 16 February i wife, dau. ot William Jamieson of Loch Nell, 
i8i9;ofthe 22nd Foot; died at 36 Oxford 1 co. Argyll; born 8 August 1829; niarr. at 



Terrace, Hyde Park, London, on Friday, 
July 1874, bur. in Highgate Cemetery, co. Mid- 
dlesex. Will dated 15 March 1873, with codicil 
dated 9 March 1874, proved (Prin. Reg., 58, 
75) 14 January 1875, by James Gilchrist. 




Sydney 8 November 1847 ; died, aged 81, at 
15 Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Square, 
London, on Thursday, 6 April, bur. in High- 
gate Cemetery on Monday, 10 April 191 1, 
after a service at Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, London. Will dated 16 April 1910, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 951, 11) 16 June 1911, by 
Chesborough Falconar John Macdonald and 
Claudius Augustus Kerr Macdonald, sons. 



I 



Chesborough Falconar John Macdonald of Falcon Manor,^ 
Towcester, co. Northampton, and of Wantabadgery, Wagga 
Wagga, New South Wales, Australia ; born in New England, 
New South Wales, 23 August 1850; J. P. for co. Northamp- 
ton ; died at 1 7 Stratton Street, Mayfair, London, on Monday, 
23 June igiq. Will 'dated 24 December 1915, with two 
codicils dated 17 August and 4 November 1918, proved in 
the Principal Registry 9 February 1920, by Alice Blanche 
Macdonald, relict, Claudius Augustus Kerr Macdonald, 
brother, and William Ion Falconar Macdonald, son. 



=i=Alice Blanche, of Falcon Manor 
and of 17 Stratton Street, Picca- 
dilly, London, eldest dau. of 
Sir William John Clarke of 
Rupertswood, Sunbury, Victoria, 
ist Baronet, by Mary his ist 
wife, dau. of the Honi"'' John 
Walker, Member of the Legis- 
lative and Executive Council 
of Tasmania ; born 4 August 
1862 ; niarr. at St. Mary's, Sun- 
bury, Victoria, 8 December 



1887. 



Claude Keith Macdonald, born at Helidon House, near Daventry, co. Northampton, on 
Monday, 25 March 1889; bapt. at St. Michael's, Chester Scjuare, London; educated at 
Harrow and at Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1912; Lieutenant loth Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders ; served in European War and was killed in action in Fosse 8, battle of Loos, 
France, aged 26, 27 September 1915. 

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Major John Kerr Macdonald, Lieutenant 8th Madras Light 
Cavalry i April 1827, Captain 28 June 1838; Major 
(retired); died, aged 43, 11 January 1850. M.L in the 
cemetery at Inverness. 



Lydia, married . . . Mackintosh, 
who settled in New Zealand. 



Edward Henry Nash of Heathfield, Gerrard's Cross, co.= 
Buckingham (eldest surviving son of Henry Fleetwood Nash 
of Upton I.^a, Slough, co. Buckingham) ; born 28 December 
1854; educated at Rugby (admitted May 1868) and at Trinity 
College, Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1872, B.A. 1876; 
admitted a Solicitor in August 1879. ^js^ 



=Jessie Lydia, born 15 June 
1853 ; married at Christ 
Church, Ouchy, Switzerland, 
on Tuesday, 29 October 
1878. 



William Ion Falconar Macdonald of Falcon Manor and= 
of Wantabadgery, Wagga Wagga ; born at Cliveden, 
Melbourne, Victoria, on Thursday, 6 November 1890, 
bapt. at St. Mary's, Sunbury, Victoria ; Scholar of 
Charterhouse 1 904-1 909, matriculated at New College, 
Oxford, Michaelmas Term, 1909 (2nd -class Classical 
Mods.), B.A. (2nd-class in History) 1913; 2nd 
Lieutenant Leicestershire Yeomanry 23 September 
1914, Lieutenant 15 January 1916, and Captain i June 
following; served in European War 2 November 1914 
to 1918 (mentioned in despatches, medal). 



=Barbara, youngest dau. of Frederick 
Arthur Crisp of The Manor House, 
Godalming, co. Surrey, by Gertrude 
his wife, 2nd dau. of John South of 
Stutton, CO. Suffolk {see Pedigree of 
South, Vol. II, page 18) ; born at 
Inglewood House, Grove Park, Den- 
mark Hill, CO. Surrey, on Tuesday, 28 
June, bapt. at Stutton (by the Rev. 
the Hon'''' Walter William Brabazon 
Ponsonby) 22 September 1892; marr. 
at the parish church, Godalming (by 
the Rev. Gerald Charles Fanshawe 
and the Rev. Canon Edward Francis 
Bowring), on Saturday, 9 September 
1916. 

{See Pedigree of Crisp, Vol. ij, page 
Iig, and Addenda, Vol. ig, page xxv.) 



Keith Ian Macdonald, born at 17 Stratton Street, Mayfair, 
London, on Friday, 2 January, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Wednesday, 4 February 1920. 



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I I I 

Charles Irving Smith, M.D. ;=j=Margaret Isabella, born Jessie, married istly Peter Grant, 

born at Madras, India, 1 1 Jan- in London 5 April 1818 ; and zndly the Rev. James Wilkie. 

uary 1S09 ; Inspector-General niarr. at Madras 24 _ 

of Hospitals, Indian Medical September 1836; died, X 

Service ; died, aged 62, at aged 85, at Aberga 

Montague House, Bath, co. venny, co. Monmouth 

Somerset, 21 May 1871, bur. 12 September 1895 

in Kensal Green Cemetery, bur. in Kensal Green East Church, Inverness- 
London. Cemetery. _ 

A I 



Alicia, married the Rev. David 
Sutherland, Minister of the Free 



Claudius Augustus Kerr Macdonald of= 
Wantabadgery, Wagga Wagga, New South 
Wales, Australia, and of 76 Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, London ; born at 40 Montagu 
Square, London, on Monday, 21 March 1859 ; 
educated at Harrow (admitted Easter Term 
1874) ; J.P. for New South Wales. 



=Ethel, dau. of William Henry Greene of 
Avingdon, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia, 
Commissioner for Railways for Victoria, by 
Fanny his wife, dau. of George Govett ; born 
at Kyneton, Victoria, 29 October 1869 ; marr. 
at the Cathedral, Melbourne, 8 March 1898. 



Sheila Galbraith, 
born at Mel- 
bourne 30 March 
1902. 



Hamish Chesborough 
Henry Macdonald, 
born at Melbourne 
28 March 1904. 



Ailsa Annie Mary, 
born at Melbourne 
21 December 1906. 



Margaret Falconar 
Govett, born at 
Mell)Ourne 6 Feb- 
ruary 1908. 



Archibald Thomas Ayres Ritchie, M.C. (eldest son of Thomas=j=Mary Queenie Falconar, 

Ritchie of 16 Wilton Street, Grosvenor Place, London, J.P. for born at Cliveden, Mel- 

co. Leicester, by Alice Jane his wife, only child of J. Pearsall, 

M.D., of London) ; born at Newtown House, co. Kildare, 2 April 

1890; educated at Harrow (head of school 1909) and gained 

demyship at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1909, B.A. 1913; Captain 

Grenadier Guards ; of the Special Reserve ; served in the 

European War 19 14 to 1918 ; received Military Cross and Legion 

of Honour. , 



bourne, Victoria, Australia, 
on Saturday, 24 May 1895 ; 
married at the Guards' 
Chapel, Wellington Bar- 
racks, London, on Tuesday, 
25 .September 191 7. 



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John Hartley Bibby of Plas-yn-Roe, Tyn-y-groes,=j=Eugenie Annette, born at 32 Belsize Park, 



North Wales (eldest son of John Bibby of 
Fachwen, St. Asaph, co. Denbigh) ; born in 
Liverpool i June 1864; educated at Essex's, 
Malvern Wells and at Eton; J. P. for co. 
Carnarvon. /f-^ 



Hanipstead, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 21 
July 1863; marr. at Christ Church, Lan- 
caster Gate, Hyde Park, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 January 1891. 



Mowbray Lees Sant of the Red House, Shalford, co. Surrey (2nd=f-Annie Margaret Alicia, born 
son of James Sant, R.A., Principal Painter-in-Ordinary to I at 32 Belsize Park, Hamp- 
Queen Victoria, by Eliza his wife, dau. of Richard Mowbray ' stead, on Tuesday, 1 1 
Martin Thomson, Staff-Surgeon, Bengal Presidency) ; born at I September 1866 ; marr. at 



2 Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras', London, on Friday, 18 December 
1S63; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1878; Lieutenant 
Northumberland Fusiliers 6 May 1885, Captain 24 October 
1892, retired in 1899 ; Captain Reserve of Officers ; Chief 
Constable for the county of Surrey 1899. ^^ 



Christ Church, Lancaster 
Gate, Hyde Park, on 
Thursday, 6 June 1889. 



(/?)?■ issue see Pedigree of Sant, page 80. 



.1 
Henry Craigie Macdonald, born at 32 Belsize Park, Hampstead, on Monday, 13 April 
1868 ; educated at Harrow (admitted September 1882) and at Jesus College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Miciiaelmas Term 1887 ; 2nd Lieutenant Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
31 May 1890, Lieutenant 7 November 1894, Captain 12 December 1899; served in South 
African War 1899-1902 (Queen's medal with three clasps, King's medal with two clasps) ; 
in West Africa (Southern Nigeria) 1904, in command of a column at operations in the 
Northern Ibibio district ; died, aged 39, at St. Petersburg, Russia, 13 March 1909, bur. there 
with military honours by special direction of the Emperor. 



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Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Sable 
on a chevron cotised or lietv.een tliree roses 



ant. 



William Sanl of= 
Duppas Hill, 
Croydon, co. 
Surrey (son of 
James Sant of 
Croydon) ; died 
at Hayes, CO. Mid- 
dlesex, 26 De- 
comher 1850, bur. 
in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, Lon- 
don, I January 
185.. 



-Sarah Sherwood Baker ; 
died, aged 74, at West- 
bourne Park Road, 
Paddington, London, 
on Monday, 23 August 
1 868, bur. in Ken- 
sal Green Cemetery, 
London. Will dated 13 
September 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 135, 69) 
II February 1869, by 
George Sant, son. 



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argent, barbed and seeded proper as many William Sant, died, aged 15, at Devonshire 

escallops of tlie field. Place, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Monday, 

Cra/.-A demi-lioniampant gules gorged with jg January 18^2. bur. in Kensal Green 

a collar vair holding in the mouth a rose argent r, ' , ', 

barbed slipped and seeded proper and holding '■-emetery, l,on..ion. 
between the paws an escallop or. 
Motlo. — Si sit sanctus felix. 



James Sant, C.V.O., R.A. ; born at Croydon 23 April 1820 ; pupil=i-Eliza, only daughter 
of John Varley and Sir Augustus Calcott, R.A. ; a student of the , of Richard Mowbray 
Royal Academy 1842, A. R.A. 1861, R.A. 1870, retired March 1914 ; | Martin Thomson, Staff 
Principal Painter-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria 187 1; painter of ] Surgeon Bengal Presi- 
"The Walk to Emmaus," "The Soul's Awakening," The Last Phase," | dency ; marr. at St. 
and numerous other works; C.V.O. 22 June 1914; died, aged 96, 1 John's, Notting Hill, 
at 43 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, on Wednesday, 12 July, I London, onTuesday, 15 
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, on Saturday, 15 July ] July 1851 ; died at 43 
1916. Will dated 22 December 1908, with four codicils dated Lancaster Gate, Hyde 



7 January 19 10 to 2 February 191 5, 
proved in the Principal Registry 31 July 
igi6, by Mowbray Lees Sant and Sir 
Douglas William Owen. 



^^ 



? (V^ 



U^x^^ 



Park, London, on Fri- 
day, 2 August, bur. in 
Kensal Green Ceme- 
tery on Tuesday, 6 
August 1907. 



I 



Henry Sandford Bicknell of Cavendish House, Clapham= 
Common, co. .Surrey (3rd son of I'^lhanan Bicknell of Heme 
Hill, CO. Surrey, by Mary liis 2nd wife, dau. of Beniamin Scutt 
Jones of 'Walworth, co. Surrey) ; born at High Street, Newing- 
ton, CO. Surrey, 24 November 1818, registered at Dr. Williams' 
Library, Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, London, 14 December 
182 1 ; educated at Bruce Castle. Tottenham, co. Middlesex ; 
J. P. for CO. Surrey ; died, aged 62, at Cavendish House, 
Clapham Common, on Friday, 28 May 1880, bur. in Norwood 
Cemetery. Will dated 9 August 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 
763, 80) 2 October 18S0, by Percy Bicknell, brother, Henry 
David Bicknell, son, and Charles Clayton Pennell Ray. 
Portrait in oils, painted in iSj4, by Sir Daniel McNce, in the 
possession of Gilbert Elhanan Bicknell. He married istiy 
I June 1841, Christine, only daughter of David Roberts, R..\. 
I St husband. =r 

A 
{See Pedigree of Bicknell, Vol. 77, page jS.) 

11 



=Lilla Maria, = 
born 27 April 
1853; marr. at 
Christ Church, 
Lancaster 
Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, 
on Wednesday, 
6 August 1879; 
died, aged 52, 
at Haslemere, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 1 3 
May 1905, bur. 
there. 



=Williani Lus- 
combe Pare 
(elder son of J. 
Clement Pare 
of Croydon, 
CO. Surrey) ; 
marr. at the 
parish church, 
Croydon, on 
Monday, 14 
February 1887. 
2nd husband. 



Richard Pinder,= 
2nd son of 
Richard Pinder 
of York Place, 
Brighton, co. 
Sussex. 



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=Maria, married Charles Flasket, 3rd son of Thomas^ 
at St. Mark's, Henry Plasket of Clifford Street, 
Kennington,co. Bond Street, London, and of Sidcup, 
Surrey, on Tues- co. Kent; died, aged 62, at Tudor 
day, 16 June Lodge, Brixton, co. Surrey, on Friday, 
1840. 5 January 1883. Will dated 24 

April 187 1, proved (Prin. Reg., 157, 
^3) 3 February 1883, by Elizabeth 
Henriquez Flasket, the relict, and 
Edward Flasket, brother. 



=Elizabeth Henriquez, 
marr. at Lewisham, 
CO. Kent, on Tues- 
day, 5 August 1845 ; 
died at 19 St. John's 
Grove, Croydon, co. 
Surrey, 18 June 1893. 
Adfnon was granted at 
the Principal Registry 
3 July 1893, to James 
Sant, brother. 



Howard Frederick Nalder= 
of Mornington Lodge, 
West Kensington, London 
(eldest son of Howard 
Nalder of Shrublands, 
Croydon) ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, 
Hyde Park, London, on 
Thursday, 30 January 
1873 ; died, aged 44, at 
Mornington Lodge, West 
Kensington, on \''ednes- 
day, 27 July 1892. ist 
husband. 



=Mary Edith,== Colonel John Mount Batten, C.B., of Upcerne, co. 

born onThurs- Dorset, and of Mornington Lodge, West Kensington 

day, 27 April (eldest son of John Batten of Aldon, co. Somerset, 

1854. F.S.A., by Grace Eleanor his wife, dau. of John 

White of Upcerne) ; born 7 April 1843 ; educated 

at Winchester ; Ensign 8th Foot 31 December i86t, 

Lieutenant 1865, Captain 1871, Major (retired) 9 March 1887; 

J. P., D.L., Lord-Lieutenant and County Alderman for co. Dorset 

(High Sheriff 1903), President and Chairman of its Territorial 

Association ; J. P. for co. Somerset ; Hon. Colonel 3rd Battalion 

The King's (Liverpool) Regiment, which he commanded in 

South African War 1902 (Queen's medal with clasp, King's medal 

with two clasps, C.B. 1903) ; marr. at St. Mary's, West Kensington, 

on Thursday, 8 August 1895 ; died on Sunday, 5 March, bur. at 

Upcerne on Thursday, 9 March 1916. Fie married istly in 1873, 

Margaret Annie, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Brooks ; she 

died at Upcerne 26 September 1893. 2nd husband. 



Laurence Harding Neame of Wood-= 
field, Beckenham, co. Kent (son 
of George F. Neame) ; born in 
1853 ; educated at Brighton 
Colleee. 



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=Ada Grace, born at 2 Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras', 
London, on Monday, 9 June 1856; marr. at Christ 
Church, Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, on Wednesday, 
16 June 1880 (same day as her sister, Sarah Fanny 
Constance). 



Isabella, only dau. of James=j=George Sant, artist ; died at=f=Catherine, of Firlands, Grayshott, 

CO. Surrey, youngest dau. of the 
Rev. Edward Thomas, Rector of 
Briton Ferry, co. Glamorgan ; marr. 
at Swansea, co. Glamorgan, on 
Saturday, lo January 1863. 



Moore of Bond Street, 
London ; marr. at St. John's, 
Notting Hill, London, on 
Tuesday, 3 December 1850; 
died, aged 24, at 2 Fitzroy 
Square, St. Pancras, London, 
on Wednesday, 4 July 1855. 



40 Harley Street, London, 
on Thursday, 6 September 
1877, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 14 June 1872, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 911, 
77)10 November 1877, by 
Frederick Clarke and 
James Sant, brother. 



William Eloin Sant of=j=Annie, 2nd dau. of W. J. Linton of South George Harris Sant, 



Langley, Jamaica; 
born at Fulham, co. 
Middlesex, on Friday, 
26 September 1851 ; 
buried at Kingston, 
Jamaica. 



Norwood, CO. Surrey ; marr. at St. Mark's, died at Bayswater, 

South Norwood, on Tuesday, 5 October 1875 ; London, in his 3rd 

died, aged 68, at Half-Way -Tree, Jamaica, on year, on Saturday, 4 

Saturday, 27 July 19 18. August 1855. 



Mabel, died, aged 8, at Southborough, 
CO. Kent, on Sunday, 17 July 1887. 



His Honour Judge Percy Gye of Piper's=T=Sarah Fanny Constance, 



Field, Weeke, Winchester, co. Hants 
(youngest son of Frederick Gye) ; born 
25 November 1845 ; of the Liner 
Temple, called to the Bar 26 January 
1871 ; County Court Judge for Hamp- 
shire April 1896 ; J. P. for co. Hants ; 
died at Piper's Field on Monday, 12 
June, bur. at Winchester on Thursday, 
15 June 19 16, after a service at St. 
Thomas', Winchester. /\^ 



born at 2 Fitzroy Square, 
St. Pancras, London, on 
Sunday, 20 May i860; 
marr. at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 16 June 1880 
(same day as her sister 
Ada Grace). 



James William Sant, born 
at 2 Fitzroy Square, St. 
Pancras, London, on Satur- 
day, 26 April 1862 ; educated 
at Charterhouse, admitted 
1876; Attach^ to the 
British Embassy at Stock- 
holm 1885 ; died at 43 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, 
London, on Monday, 5 July 
1886, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 



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Sarah Sherwood, 
marr. at Lewi- 
sham, CO. Kent, 
on Saturday, 20 
June 1846, 
Frederick Clarice 
of Bristol, CO. 
Gloucester. 



Fanny Harriet, died at 19 Claren- 
don Road, Holland Park, co. 
Middlesex, 9 February 1917. Will 
dated 27 November 1916, proved 
in the Principal Registry 16 May 
191 7, by Lionel Hope Cockburn 
and Ivor Sant, nephews. 



William Alexander==-Julia Clementina, 
Cockburn, youngest marr. at St. James', 
son of Major-General Westbourne Ter- 
Cockburn of the race, Paddington, 
Royal Artillery. London, onThurs- 

day, 27 October 

1853- 



George Lewis Sant, born at 
Cleveland Terrace, Swansea, co. 
Glamorgan, on Wednesday, 13 
January 1864; died, aged 55, at 
Hambledon, co. Surrey, on Thurs- 
day, 30 January, bur. at Grayshott, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 3 February 
1919. 



Edward Sant,=i=Gvvendoline, only dau. of A daughter, 
born at Swansea W. Newton Dunn of The born at West 
on Tuesday, 12 Cottage, Shortlands, co. Cross, Swan- 
February 1867. Kent ; marr. at St. Mary's, sea, 17 March 

Shortlands, on Saturday, 1875. 

30 December 1905. 



Mowbray Lees Sant of The Red= 
House, Shalford, co. Surrey ; born 
at 2 Fitzroy Square, St. Pancras, 
London, on Friday, 18 December 
1863 ; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted in 1878; Lieutenant 
Northumberland Fusiliers 6 May 
1885, Captain 24 October 1892, 
retired in August 1899; Captain 
Reserve of Officers 1899-1913 ; 
Chief Constable for co. Surrey i 
September 1899. 



=Annie Margaret Alicia, youngest dau. of 
Chesborough Claudius Macdonald of 
Cadargah and The Auburn, Queensland, 
by Annie Campbell his wife, dau. of James 
Galbraith, Writer to the Signet ; born 
at 32 Belsize Park, Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 11 September 1866; marr. at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, Hyde 
Park, London, on Thursday, 6 June 
1889. 

{See Pedigree of Macdonald, />age "/d.) 



Hilda Julia 
Frances, born 
at 43 Lancas- 
ter Gate, Hyde 
Park, on Friday, 
24 November 
1871. 



Doris (twin with Irene) ; born at 43 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, 
on Monday, 27 October 1890, bapt. 
at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate. 



Irene (twin with Doris) ; born at 43 
Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London, 
on Monday, 27 October 1890, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Lancaster Gate. 




HAMBLEDEN. 

Arms on record in the College of Arms. — Argent on a chevron azure between three 
oak leaves vert each charged with an acorn or as many leopard's faces 
jessant-de-lis of the field. 

Crest. — A cubit arm erect habited azure cuffed and charged with three mascles in 
chevron argent holding in the hand proper three branches of oak vert 
fructed or. 

Supporters. — On the dexter side a sea-lion vert semee of escallops gorged with a 
collar and pendent therefrom by a chain a portcullis all or ; and on the 
sinister side a wyvern gules senile of mullets gorged with a chain and 
pendent therefrom a portcullis all or. 

Motto.— Deo non fortuna fretus. 



J^amblctsen^ 



William Henry Smith of Walton House,= 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, and of the Strand, 
London ; born 7 July 1792 ; died at Bourne- 
mouth 28 July 1865, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 4 May 1863, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 604, 65) 27 September 
1865, by Anna Augusta Smith, spinster, 
daughter, and Thomas Godfrey Sambrooke. 
Portrait at Walton House, Bourneitiouth. 
Marble bust by M. Noble. 



=Mary Anne 
Cooper ; died 
1 7 March 1 85 1, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Ceme- 
tery. Portrait 
at Walton 
House, Bourne- 
mouth. 



Rev. William Beal, LL.D. (eldest son= 
of the Rev. William Beal, Wesleyan 
Minister at Liskeard, co. Cornwall) ; 
born at Sheffield, co. York, 9 Decem- 
ber 181 5 ; educated at King's College, 
London, and at St. John's and Trinity 
Colleges, Cambridge, B.A. 1841 ; 
LL.D. Aberd. 1845 ! Head Master 
of Tavistock Grammar School 1838 
-47 ; Vicar of Brooke, co. Norfolk, 
1847 till death ; Diocesan Inspector 
of Schools 1855; edited the " West 
of England Magazine" 1840-47; 
Author of " First Book in Chrono- 
logy " 1840, and other works; died 
at Aigle, Canton de Vaud, Switzer- 
land, 20 April 1870. Will dated 
15 November 1862, proved at 
Norwich 6 July 1870, by Mary Anne 
Beal, the relict 



=Mary Anne, 
born 24 Sep- 
tember 1818; 
died, aged 56, at 
Walton House, 
Bournemouth, 
24 October 
1874. Will 
dated 21 April 
1874, with 
codicil dated 
24 June 1874, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 10, 75) 8 
January 1875, 
by William 
Henry Smith, 
M.P., the 

brother, and 
Bertie Hallett. 



Richard Marsden^ 
Reece, admitted 
a Solicitor Mich- 
aelmas Term, 
1825 ; died at 2 i 
Cavendish Road 
West, St. John's 
Wood,co. Middle- 
sex, 7 March 
1879. Admon 
was granted at 
the Principal 
Registry 17 May 
1879, to Caro- 
line Reece, the 
relict. 



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^Caroline, marr. at 
Willesden, co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Thursday, 
3 September 1840; 
died, aged 65, at 21 
Cavendish Road 
West, St. John's 
Wood, on Saturday, 
2S April 1885. Will 
dated 3 March 1881, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
568, 85) 18 June 
1885, by Joseph 
Frederick Reece. the 



Rupert Clampit Ser-= 
combe, eldest son of 
John Clampit Ser- 
combe of 7 Colleton 
Crescent, Exeter, co. 
Devon. 



'Louisa, born 24 November 182 1 ; marr. at 
Willesden (by the Rev. William Beal) on Thurs- 
day, 15 July 1847; died, aged 69, at Stanton 
House, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, co. Kent, 
on Tuesday, 28 October 1890. 



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Anna Augusta, born 
24 July 1823; died 
at Bournemouth 28 
April 1889, buried 
in Kensal Green 
Cemetery. 



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Rt. Hon'=''= ^Villianl Henry Smith, D.C.L., bom in^ 
Duke Street, (^rosvenor Square, London, 24 June 
1825 ; M.P. for Westminster 18 November 1868 
to 18 November 1885, and tor the Strand division 
of Westminster 24 November 1885 till death; 
Financial Secretary to the Treasury February 1874 
to August 1877, First Lord of the Admiralty 14 
August 1877 to May 1880, Secretary of Slate for 
War 24 June 1885 to 6 February 1886, and 3 August 
1886 to 14 January 1887 ; Chief Secretary for 
Ireland January to February 1886; First Lord of 
the Treasury 17 January 1S91 to death ; iVIember 
for Westminster in the first London School Board 
November 1870 to 21 October 1874; sworn a 
Privy Councillor 13 August 1877; created D.C.L. 
of Oxford 18 June 1879 • Constable of Dover Castle 
and Lord \\'arden of the Cinque Ports i May 1891 ; 
died at Walmer Castle 6 October 1891, bur. at 
Hambleden, co. Buckingham. ^Vill dated 14 De- 
cember 1 888, with two codicils dated 25 February 
1889 and 6 January 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 
200, 92) 17 February 1892, by William Lethbridge, 
Barrister-at-Law, Sir Juland Danvers, R.C. S. L, 
George Cubitt, M.P.," and the Hon"*^ William 
Frederick Danvers Smith, 1\LP., the son. Portrait 
by George RicJunond, R.A., in possession of Viscount 
Hambleden, his son. Marble busts at Greenlands, 
Henley-on-Thames, co. O.xford, at the House of 
Commons, and at the Carlton Club. 



=Emily, Viscountess Hambleden, eldest 
dau. of Frederick Dawes Danvers of 
Bushey, co. Hertford, Clerk of the 
Council of the Duchy of l^ancaster, by 
Charlotte Maria his wife, dau. of John 
Juland Rawlinson ; marr. at St. James', 
Paddington, London, on Tuesday, 13 
April 1858; raised to the Peerage 10 No- 
vember 1891, as Viscountess Hambleden 
of Hambleden, co. Buckingham, in the 
Peerage of the United Kingdom ; died, 
aged 85, at 23 Belgrave Square, London, 
on Wednesday, 13 .August, bur. at Hamble- 
den on Saturday, 16 August 19 13. Will 
dated 25 April 1902, with two codicils 
dated 13 November 1902 and 26 March 
1903, proved in the Principal Registry 
10 September 1913. by William Freiierirk 
Danvers, Viscount Hambleden, the son, 
and Henry Sydney Seymour. She married 
istly, 22 July 1854, Benjamin Auber 
Leach of the India Office, who died, 
aged 32, 20 January 1855. Full-length 
portrait with her daughter, Mrs. Codrington, 
bv Richard Buckner. 



Admiral Sir William Alison Dyke Acland, Baronet, C.V.O., of= 
Wilmead, Torquay, co. Devon (eldest son of Sir Henry Wentworth 
Acland, Baronet, K.C.B., M.D.) ; born at Oxford 18 December 1847; 
entered the " Britannia " as a Cadet September 1861, Sub-Lieutenant 1867, 
Lieutenant 1868, Commander 1879, Captain 1885, Rear-Admiral 1899, 
Vice-Admiral 1904, Admiral 22 March 1908, retired 17 July 191 1 ; attached 
to the Chilian Army in the Peruvian War 1881, accompanied the first 
brigade in the march from Pisco to Lurin, and was present at the battles 
of Chorrilos and Mirafiores (mentioned in despatches, gold medal with 
two clasps from the Chilian Government) ; employed by the Colonial 
Government of Sydney to make preparations for the naval defence of the 
ports; Deputy - Commissioner for Western Pacific 1883; commanded 
"Australia," sent to Havre to do honour to President Faure on his visit 
to that place 1894-97; Captain of Dockyard Reserve at Devonport 1897-99 .• ! 
2nd in command of Channel Squadron 4 June 1901 ; Admiral Superinten- 1 
dent of Gibraltar Dockyard i October 1902-1904; Associate of Institute | 
of Naval Architects; J. P. for the counties of Oxford (1887) and Devon 
(1905); A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 11 March 1896 to 1899; Jubilee Medal 
1897 ; F.R.G.S. ; C.V.O. on the occasion of the visit of King Edward VII. 
to Gibraltar, April 1903; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 16 October 
1900. Three-quarter length portrait bv Pierre Troubetzkoy at Wilmead, ' 
Tori/uay. • 



=E m i 1 )' A n n a, 
authoress, born 
at I Hyde Park 
Street, London, 
on Thursday, 3 
March 1859, 
bapt. at St. 
James', Pad- 
dington, Lon- 
don ; niarr. at 
Hambleden on 
Thursday, 7 July 
1887. Ki teat por- 
trait by Philip 
Hermogenes Cal- 
deron,R.A.,and 
a three-quarter- 
length portrait 
by Edith Brin- 
ton at Wilmead, 
Torquay. 



Edwin Sercombe (4th son of John Clampit=j= 
Sercombe of Exeter, co. Devon) ; born 25 
December 1826; M.R.C.S. 1853; died, aged 
49, at 59 Gloucester Gardens, Bayswater, 
London, on Wednesday, 14 April 1875, bur. 
in St. Peter's Churchyard, Bournemouth, co. 
Hants. Will dated 3 September 1872, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 607, 75) 8 July 1875, by Emma 
Sophia Sercombe, the relict, and Anna Augusta 
Smith, spinster, sister-in-law. 

A\ 



Emma Sophia, born 6 June 1827 ; marr. at 
St. James', Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
William Beal), on Thursday, 30 August 1855; 
died, aged 80, at Bowenhurst, Church Crook- 
ham, CO. Hants, on Friday, 20 March 1908, bur. 
in St. Peter's Churchyard, Bournemouth. Will 
dated 7 February 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 831, 
1908) 2 May 1908, by the Hon'''' William 
Frederick Danvers Smith, M.P., and Arthur 
Harrington Thorold. 



Rpv. John Henry Phillips, of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge,=Priscilla, born 11 

matriculated Michaelmas Term 1849, B.A. 1853; Curate of St. Mary's, November 1829; 

Portsmouth, co. Hants, 1858-61, of Wickham Skeith, co. Suffolk, marr. at the parish 

1861-64, of Kelshall, co. Hertford, 1864-66, of Melksham, co. Wilts, church, Marylebone, 

1866-69, ^"d of Petersfield, co. Hants, 1869-72 ; Rector of Okeford London, on Thurs- 

Fitzpaine, co. Dorset, 1872-1910 ; died at Walton House, Bournemouth, day, 9 April 1863. 
in 1912, bur. at Okeford Fitzpaine. 



Henry Sydney Seymour=j=Heien, born at Lieut.- Colonel Alfred Dyke=j=Beatrice Danvers, 



of Hayne, Moreton 
Hampstead, co. Devon 
(eldest son of the Rev. 
Henry Seymour, Rector 
of Holme Pierrepont, 
CO. Nottingham, by 
Susannah Biscoe his 
wife, dau. of the Rev. 
Robert Tritton, Rector 
of Morden, co. Surrey) ; 
born at the Parsonage, 
Westcott, CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday 15 September 
1855 ; Auditor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster 
1903. 



A 



I Hyde Park Acland of Digswell House. 

Street, Lon- Welwyn, co. Hertford, and of 

don, on Friday, 306 St. James' Court, Bucking- 

28 December ham Gate, London (youngest son 

i860; marr. of Sir Henry Wentworth Dyke 

at St. Paul's, Acland, Baronet, K.C.B., M.D. ; 

Knightsbridge, born 19 August 1858; Lieut.- 

London, on Colonel Royal 1st Devon Imperial 

Thursday, 16 Yeomanry 1910-14 (Territorial 

April 1896. Decoration) ; of the Yeomanry 

Reserve of Officers, Commanding 

Base Dep6t Remounts, France, 

191 5 ; temporary Lieut.- Colonel 

in the Army ; J. P. for co. 

Hertford 1906 ; a Knight of 

Justice of the Order of St. John 

of Jerusalem in England. 



A 



born at i Hyde 
Park Street, Lon- 
don, on Thurs- 
day, 18 February 
1864; marr. at 
Hambleden (by 
the Rev. Peter 
Leopold Dyke 
Acland) on Thurs- 
day, 3oJulyi885. 



86 



Henry Walton Smith, 
born at Cecil Lodge, 
Abbots Langley, co. 
Hertford, on Sunday, 
I October 1865 ; 
died at i Hyde Park 
Street, London, on 
Wednesday, 7 Feb- 
ruary 1866. 



William Frederick Danvers, Viscount Hambleden of=f=Lady Esther 
Hambleden, co. Buckingham, in the Peerage of the : Caroline Geor- 
United Kingdom ; born at Filey, co. York, on giana (Gore), 
Wednesday, 12 August 1868 ; educated at Eton and | youngest dau. 
at New College, Oxford, matriculated 18 October | of ArthurSaun- 
1887, B.A. (3rd History) 1891 ; Lieut.-Colonel Royal ders William 



1st Devon Imperial Yeomanry 1902 ; J. P. for co. Buck 
ingham ; D.L. for co. Devon; M.P. for Westminster 
(Strand division) October 1891 to January 1910; 
Chairman of King's College Hospital, London ; suc- 
ceeded his mother as 2nd Viscount Hambleden 13 
August 1 9 13. Portrait, ivith kis youngest sister, by 
/antes Sa?it, R.A. 



Charles Fox, 
5th Earl of 
Arran, K.P. ; 
marr. 26 July 
1894. 



I I I .1.1 

Edith Mabell Emily, William Henry James Frederick David John Smith, Margaret Esther 

born at 3 Grosvenor Smith, born at Arthur Smith, born at 3 Gros- Lucie, born at 

Place, Hyde Park, 3 Grosvenor born at 3 Gros- venor Place, Hyde Greenlands, 

Place, Hyde venor Place, Hyde Park, on Monday, Henley-on- 

Park, on Satur- Park, on Satur- 20 May 1907 ; Thames, co. 

day, 25 July day, 27 January educated at Eton. Oxford, on Sat- 

1903 ; educated 1906; educated urday, i August 

at Eton. at Eton. 1908. 



London, on Satur- 
day, 20 July 1901. 



John Herbert Dudley, Earl of Harrowby ; born at 7 Cornwall Gardens,=f=Mabel Danvers, born at 



South Kensington, London, on Monday, 22 August, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 22 September 1864; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1884; 
Lieutenant Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry 23 August 1890-94; 
M.P. for Gravesend 1892-1900; J. P. for the county of London, 
and D.L. for co. Stafford ; succeeded his father as 5th Earl of 
Harrowby 11 December 1900. /K 



I Hyde Park Street, 
London, on Tuesday, 26 
February 1867 ; marr. at 
Hambleden on Wed- 
nesday, 16 November 
1887. 



(See Pedigree of Harrowby, Vol. 12, 
pa^e 171.) 



Mtvntp of ifSlorton Hall, to, J^orfolfe. 



Arms. — Per pale azure and gules over all a cross engrailed 

ermine. 
Crtst. — Out of a ducal coronet a plume of five ostrich feathers 

alternately azure and gules. 
Mottoes. —\, In God is my trust. 

2, Nil temere neque timore [old motto]. 



Thomas Trench Berney of Morton Hall, formerly of=[=Mary, younger dau. of Thomas 



Bracon Ash, both co. Norfolk (only son of Thomas Berney 
of Bracon Hall, by Elizabeth his wife, 3rd dau. of Sir 
George Duckett, Baronet [formerly Jackson], M.P. for 
Colchester, Judge- Advocate) ; born 17 July 1784 ; of Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 25 June 1801 ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Norfolk, High Sheriff 1813 ; died, aged 85, 
at Morton Hall on Wednesday, 15 September 1869, 
buried in the family mausoleum attached to Bracon Ash 
Church. Will dated 18 
April 1868, proved at 
Norwich 31 January 
1870, by George IJuckett 
Berney, son. 



y. 7, :^^^-7ty. 



Penrice of Great Yarmouth, co. 
Norfolk, by Hannah Waite his 
wife ; marr. by licence at St. 
George's, HanoverSquare, London, 
on Monday, 15 June 181 2 ; died, 
aged 85, at Morton Hall on 
Saturday, 5 February 1876, bur. 
in the family mausoleum attached 
to Bracon Ash Church. Will 
dated 13 March 187 1, proved at 
Norwich 3 May 1876, by Susanna 
Berney and Julia Berney, 
spinsters, daughters. 



George Duckett Berney of Morton= 
Hall; born at Bracon Hall 21 
April 1813 ; educated at Charter- 
house, admitted 1826, and at St. 
John's College, Cambridge ; J. P. 
and 15. L. for co. Norfolk, High 
Sheriff 1881 ; died, aged 74, at 
Morton Hall on Tuesday, 13 
December 1887, bur. at Morton. 
^Vill dated 13 June 1882, with 
codicil dated 1 5 April 1885, proved 
at Norwich 18 April 1888, by 
Catherine Mary Berney, relict, 
Susanna Berney, spinster, sister, 
John Carlen Heath and Thomas 
Calthorpe Blofeld. 



=Catherine Mary, elder dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Lombe of Bylaugh 
Park, CO. Norfolk, by Sophia his 
wife, 3rd dau. of Thomas Cubitt 
of Honing Hall, co. Norfolk (see 
Pedigree of Cubitt, Vol. 77, page 
26) ; born at North Tuddenham, 
CO. Norfolk, 28 December 1829, 
bapt. there ; marr. at Bylaugh 
(by her brother, the Rev. Edward 
Lombe) on Thursday, 15 Septem- 
ber 1864 ; died at Morton Hall on 
Saturday, i August, bur. at Morton 
on Wednesday, 5 August 1914. 

{See Pedigree of Lombe, 
Vol. jg, page Sg.) 



Rev. Thomas Berney of 
Bracon Hall ; born 26 
May 1815 ; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted 
1829, and at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1838, M.A. 1843 ; 
Rector of Hockering, 
CO. Norfolk, 1839-56 ; 
Lord of the Manor and 
Rector of Bracon Ash 
1856 ; died unmarried 
at Bracon Hall 22 Sep- 
tember 1895, bur. in the 
family mausoleum at- 
tached to Bracon Ash 
Church. Adinon was 
granted at Norwich 25 
January 1 896, to Susanna 
Berney, spinster, sister. 



Percy Berney, born at Sydney, 
New South Wales, Australia, 
on Saturday, 28 March 1863; 
died in infancy, bur. at Sydney. 



George Augustus Berney of Morton Hall ; born at Sydney 
on Monday, 10 April 1865 ; Lord of the Manor and 
Patron (jointly with his sisters) of Bracon Ash ; Patron of 
Morton, Fundenhall and Hockering. 



88 



Mary, born at 
Morton Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, 1 8 
February 1817 ; 
died unmarried 
6 July 1864, 
bur. at Morton. 



Elizabeth Emily, died unmarried at Mar- 
lingford, CO. Norfolk, 5 February 1880, 
bur. at Morton. Will dated 16 January 
1865, proved at Norwich 2 July 1880, 
by Susanna Berney and Julia Barney, 
spinsters, sisters. 



Susannah, died unmarried at 
Morton Hall 15 October 1906, 
bur. at Morton. Will dated 28 
July 1897, proved at Norwich 
30 January 1907, by Augustus 
Berney, brother. 



Charles Berney, 
born at Morton 
Hall on Mon- 
day, 24 October 
1S25 ; died there 
on Tuesday, 

31 Jan uary 
following. 



John Berney, 
died unmarried 
on Tuesday, 1 1 
October 1859. 



30 December 189 
proved (Prin. Reg, 
Augustus Berney, 
Chetwynd, widow 
daughters. 



Augustus Berney of Bracon Hall, co.= 
Norfolk, formerly of Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia ; born at 
Morton Hall 17 August 1831 ; died 
at Bracon Hall 27 September 19 10, 
bur. in the family mausoleum attached 
to Bracon Ash Church. Will dated 
I, with codicil dated 22 January 1894, 
., 173, 1 1) 27 February 191 1, byCieorge 
son, Eva Constance Elizabeth Fanny 
', and Dora Lavinia Berney, spinster. 



CUuf'^'i'^^ /S-eh/Tx^, 



=Matilda Lavinia, of 
Bracon Hall, dau. 
of Colonel John 
George Nathaniel 
Gibbes ; marr. at 
St. Thomas', Wil- 
loughby, Sydney, 
5 April 1858 ; died 
at Bracon Hall 8 
December 1916, 
bur. in the family 
mausoleum attached 
to Bracon Ash 
Church. 



Henry Goulburn \Villoughby Chetwynd, son of Captain=j=Eva Constance 
the Hon*''"= Henry Weyland Chetwynd, R.N. (3rd son of | Elizabeth Fanny, 
Richard Walter, 6th Viscount Chetwynd); born 12 De- 
cember 1858 ; Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. ; died at 3 Merton 
Road, South Hampstead, co. Middlesex, i July 1909. 
\\"\\\ dated 9 July 1895, proved (Prin. Reg., 1490, 1909) 
2 October 1909, by Eva Constance Elizabeth Fanny 
Chetwynd, the relict. 

A 



of Manorside, 
Harpenden, co. 
Hertford ; marr. 
at St. John's, Syd- 
ney, 7 November 
189.^ 



Dora Lavinia, 
of Bracon Hall, 
CO. Norfolk ; 
born at Sydney. 



Andrew Fountaine of Narford Hall, co. Norfolk=f=Caroline, marr. 
(eldest son of Andrew Fountaine of Narford Hall, at Morton on 
by Hannah his wife, dau. of Thomas Penrice of (ireat Thursday, 24 
Yarmouth, co. Norfolk); born 16 September 1808; February 1848; 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Norfolk, High Sheriff 1857 ; ! died 9 August 
died at Narford Hall 11 August 1874, bur. at Narford. : 1857, bur. at 
Will dated 2 April 1873. proved (Prin. Reg., 651, 74) | Narford. 
I October 1874, by the Rev. John Fountaine and 1 
Charles George Fountaine, brothers, and William ! 
Amhurst Tyssen Amhurst. J\ 



Julia, died unmarried 
at Morton Hall 9 
July 1903, buried at 
Morton. \Vill dated 27 
July 1897, proved at 
Norwich 25 Septem- 
ber 1903, by Susanna 
Berney,spinster, sister, 
and Augustus Berney, 
brother. 



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Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Argenl a talbot passant gules. 

Crest. — Out of a ducal coronet or a wolf's 
head erased proper. 

Motto. — Homo liomini lupus. 



imolselei). 



Mary, 2nd dau 
of the Hon"' 
Thomas Clif- 
ford of Tixall, 
CO. Stafford 

(younger son 
of Hugh, 3rd 
Baron Clifford, 
by Barbara his 
wife, dau. of 
James, 5th Lord 
Aston of Forfar); 
marr. at Tixall 
13 December 
1792 ; died at 
Wolseley Park, 
CO. Stafford, 16 
July 181 1, ist 
wife. 



==Sir Charles Wolseley=^Anne, youn- 



of Wolseley, co. Staf- 
ford, Baronet (eldest 
son of Sir William 
Wolseley, 6th Baronet, 
by Charlotte Barbara 
his wife, daughter 
of Zachary Chambers 
of Wimbledon, co. 
Surrey); born 20 July 
1769 ; educated at 
Westminster School, 
admitted 19 January 
1780 ; Captain Staf- 
ford Militia 3 May 
1805 ; succeeded his 
father as 7 th Baronet 
5 August 1S17 ; died, 
aged 77, at Wolseley 
Hall, on Saturday, 3 
October 1846, bur. 
at Colwich, CO. Staf- 
ford. Will dated 17 
March 1 846, proved 
(P.C.C. 764, 46) 29 
October 1846, by Vin- 
cent Eyre and Stevens 
Wade Henslow. 



Charles Wolseley, died 
in infancy. 

A daughter, died in 
infancy. 



I 



Spencer William Wolseley, born in October 
1799 ; died unmarried, aged 35, at Milan, Italy, 
18 December 1832. Adfnon (with will dated 
26 July 1828) granted (P.C.C. 444 Teignmoiith) 
18 July 1834, to William Bishton. 



gest daughter 
of Anthony 
Wright of 
Wealdside,co. 
Essex ; marr. 
2 July 181 2 ; 
died, aged 
54, in Paris, 
on Wednes- 
day, 24 Oc- 
tober 1838. 
2nd wife. 



Sir Charles Wolseley of \Volseley,= 
Baronet ; born 6 May 1813 ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 8th Baronet 
3 October 1846 ; died, aged 41, on 
Monday, 15 May 1854, bur. at 
Rugeley, co. Stafford. \Vill dated 13 
March 1854, proved (P.C.C. 504, 54) 
12 June 1854, by Dame Mary Anne 
Wolseley, relict, and Anthony Norris. 



=Mary Anne, elder dau. of Nicholas Tuite Selby of Acton 
House, CO. Middlesex, by Frances his 3rd wife, dau. of 
Thomas Walmesley of Sholley, co. Lancaster ; marr. 23 
September 1839 ; died, aged 56, at The Convent, 
Kensington Square, London, on Saturday, 18 January 
1873, t)""^- 3t Rugeley. Will dated 5 June 1854, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 144, 73) 11 February 1S73, by Anthony 
Norris. 



William Henry Wolseley, born at 35 York Street, Portman Square, 
London, 21 June 1850; died 16 January 1852, bur. at Rugeley. 



90 



Henry Wolseley, 
died, aged 23, on 
Friday, 18 August 
1S43. 



Edward Wolseley, 
died in Brussels, 
Belgium, in 1S29. 



Francis Barrow Lousada, 
Marquess de Lousada 
de San Miniato, H.M. 
Consul at Boston, Rhode 
Island and Massachu- 
setts, U.S.A. ; died 17 
March 1870. y\^ 



=Marianne Eloise, married by 
licence at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 
25 November 1834 ; died at 
'I'arvis, Karinthia, Austria, on 
Saturday, i November 1884. 



Sir Charles Michael Wolseley of Wolseley, co. Stafford, Baronet ; born= 
in Paris 4 July 1846; educated at Downside College, at the Oratory 
School, Edgbaston, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 
January 1866 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Stafford; Lieutenant (King's Own) 
ist Staffordshire Militia 10 April 1866 ; Lieutenant Staffordshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 28 February 1874 ; attached to the 9th Lancers during part of 
.Afghan \V'ar (medal and clasp) ; Lord of the Manor of Wolseley ; 
succeeded his father as 9th Baronet 15 May 1854. 



=Anita Theresa, dau. 
of Daniel Thomas 
Murphy of San Fran- 
cisco, California, 
U.S.A. ; marr. at the 
Pro-Cathedral, Ken- 
sington, London, 18 
July 1883. 



Edric Charles Joseph Wolseley of Park House, Rugeley,= 
CO. Stafford ; born at 36 Eaton Place, London, 7 April 
1886, bapt. at the Oratory, Brompton, London; 
educated at Beaumont College and at King's College, 
London ; Associate of Royal .School of Mines, Ken- 
sington, London ; J. P. for co. Stafford 1921 : 
Lieutenant Staffordshire Yeomanry, served with that 
regiment in Egypt and Palestine during the European 
War 19 14 -I g. 




=Clare Mary Annette, 
elder dau. of Charles 
Edmund de Trafford 
of Hothorpe, Thed- 
dingworth, co. Lei- 
cester, by L:idy 
Agnes Mary Pia 
(Feilding) his wife, 
youngest dau. of 
Rudolph William 
Basil, 8th Earl of 
Denbigh ; marr, at 
the Oratory, Bromp- 
ton, 19 August 
1916. 



William Ralph 
I oseph Wolseley, 
born at 9 Norfolk 
Street, Park Lane, 
London, on Fri- 
day, I July 1887 ; 
Captain Stafford- 
shire Yeomanry 
1919 ; served 
with that regi- 
ment in Egypt 
and Palestine 
during the Euro- 
pean War 191 5 
-19. 



Stephen (larnet Hubert Francis Wolseley, 
born at Hothorpe, Theddingwoith, on Friday, 
17 May 19 1 8, bapt. there. 



Frances Mary Mona Clare, born at 
Hothorpe, Tlieddingworth, 19 May 
1920, bapt. there. 



Edward Talbot ^\'(lls^-ley of Maryland, = 
Ascot, CO. Berks ; born i ', October 
1848: Lieutenant (The King's Own) 
South Staffordshire Militia 31 Jan- 
uary 1867 ; Captain 11 February 1874, 
retired iS.'-io. 



=Florence ^Liry, 3rd dau. of Edward Joseph Weld of 
Lulworth Castle, co. Dorset, ].P. and D.L., by Ellen 
Caroline his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Bourcliier Palk 
\A'rey, Baronet, of Tawstock Court, co. Devon : marr. 
23 January 1872. 



I 
Mervyn Joseph \\'olseley of= 
\Vhitnioor House, Sutton 
Place, Guildford, co. Surrey ; 
born at 44 Park Lane, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 2 3 November 
1873- 



'Dorothy, eldest dan. of Philip Witham of Whitmoor House, 
Sutton Place, Guildford, by Louisa his wife, dau. of Marmaduke 
Charles and Caroline Salvin of Burn Hall, co. Durham (sfe 
next pagi:) ; marr. at St. Edward's, Sutton Place, Guildford (by 
the Rev. Robert Joseph Wolseley), on Thursday, 19 September 
1907. 



Ursula Mary, born at Whitmoor House 
on Sunday, 13 September 1908. 



i 
Evelyn Mary, born 
1 May 19 1 3. 



Marmaduke Charles Salvin of Burn Hall, co. Durham (4th son of WillIaiii=f=Caroline, marr. at 



Thomas Salvin of Croxdale, co. Durham, by Anna Maria his wife, dau. of 
John Wehbe Weston of Sutton Place, Guildford, co. Surrey) ; horn 1 1 
February 1812; D.L. for co. Durham; died at Burn Hall 27 December 
1885. Will dated 31 January 1885, proved at Durham 17 February 1886, 
by Sir Charles Michael Wolseley, Baronet, and Philip Witham. 



Stafford 22 August 
1845 ; died at 
liurn Hall on 
Thursday, 23 Sep- 
tember 1880. 



A\ 



Rev. Robert Joseph Wolseley, born 21 June 1850; of the 
Dominican Priory, Haverstock Hill, co. Middlesex; died in 
Paris 24 March 1920, bur. there. 



Henry Oliver Wolseley, born 
in 1851; died in 1855, bur. 
at Lucerne, Switzerland. 



Hubert Joseph Wolseley, born at Glen 
Trothy, Abergavenny, co. Monmouth, 
on Tuesday, 17 November 1874 ; served 
in South African War, and was killed 
in action at Eiandslaagte on Friday, 
27 October 1899, while serving with 
the Imperial Light Horse. 



Charles Joseph Wolseley, =j=Isobel, dau. of A. Drum- 
born at 151 Cromwell Road, I mond of Newcastle-on- 



South Kensington, London, on 
Thursday, 15 February 1877. 



Tyne, co. Northumber- 
land; married in 1901. 



Gundred Mary, born 
31 May 1902. 



Charles Edward Wolseley, 
born 9 October 19 13. 



Edward Joseph Wolseley, born at 151 
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, 17 
April 1880 ; 2iid Lieutenant East Lanca- 
shire Regiment 18 April 1900, Lieutenant 
17 May 1901, Captain 28 June 1908; 
employed with West African Frontier 
Force 21 March 1903 to 7 January 1909 
and 6 April 1910; served in South African 
War 1900-1902 (mentioned in despatches, 
severely wounded, Queen's medal with 
three clasps, King's medal with two 
clasps) ; in Northern Nigeria 1906-1907 
(mentioned in despatches, medal and 
clasp). 



Algernon Henry 
Joseph Wolseley, 
born at 151 
Cromwell Road, 
on Thursday, 19 
May 1881 ; died 
in July following. 



William Spencer Joseph 
Wolseley, born at Holme 
Chase, Weybridge, co. Sur- 
rey, on Tuesday, 30 March 
1886; Lieutenant East Lan- 
cashire Regiment ; served 
in European War, and was 
killed in a'-tion at Neuve 
Chapel, I'Vance, i r ALirch 
1915. Will dated i6 I'eb- 
ruary 1915, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1575, 15) 26 August 
19' 5) by Edward Joseph 
Wolseley, brother. 



Robert Francis Joseph Wolseley, 
born at Holme Chase, Weybridge, 
on Wednesday, 23 July i8go; 
Captain 3rd Battalion East Lanca- 
shire Regiment, 2nd Lieutenant 
5 August 1914; served in 
European War 19 14 (wounded). 



Oswald Francis Gerald Stonor, 3rd son of=j=Florence Mary 
Charles Joseph Stonor of Lanvair, Ascot, [ Josephine, marr. 
CO. Berks, by Mary Maude his wife, 3rd 124 October 
dau. of Charles Noel Welman of Norton 1 1906. 
Manor, co. Somerset {see Pedigree of 1 
Welman, Vol. j, page jj) ; born at 1 
Anderton Hall, co. Lancaster, on Monday, i 
3 June 1872. A 



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9-' 



isaoisfic]). 



Henry Wolseley, 3rd son of Sir William^ 
Wolseley, 6lh Baronet, and brother of Sir 
Charles Wolseley, 7th Baronet {see />i!Xt' po) ; 
bapt. at Wimbledon, co. Surrey ; educated 
at Westminster School, admitted 19 January 
17S0, and at St. Alban's Hall, Oxford, 
matriculated 21 March 1798; died in 1836. 



=Charlotte Elizabeth, only dau. of 
Major John Delap Halliday of 
The Leasowes, co. Salop, by Lady 
Jane ( Tollemache) his wife, dau. of 
Lionel, 4th Earl of Dysart, K.T. ; 
marr. 2 December 1793 ; died 
in 1826. 



Henry John 
\Vo Ise 1 ey , 
born in 1795 > 
served in the 
Navy ; died 
in 1823. 



Eliza EarIe,=^William Bertie Wolseley,= 

dau. of Wil- I born 17 August 1797 ; 

Haul Daniell Assistant Government 

of Montser- Secretary at IJemerara, 

rat, West British Guiana, for 21 

Indies, Bar- years ; formerly in the 

rister - at - Navy; died at 135 Marina, 

Law ; marr. St. Leonard's -on -Sea, co. 

iijulyi8i8; Sussex, on Friday, 7 May 

died, aged 1881, bur. there. Will 

5i,atDeme- dated 5 October 1863, 

rara, British proved (Prin. Reg., 350, 

Guiana, 21 8i),byCharlotteWolscley, 

March 1 85 1, the relict, 
ist wife. 



=Charlotte (his cousin), 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Cliarles 
Prowett, Rector of Staple- 
ford, CO. Hertford ; marr. at 
Marston, co. Northampton, 
14 September 1852 ; died 
at the Vicarage, Marston, 
12 November 1887. 
Adinon (with will dated 
ir October 1883) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 599, 
88) 14 June 1888, to 
Emma Maria Prowett, 
spinster. 2n(l wife. 



Pauline, 
born in 
1805 ; died 
in 1840. 



I I 

William Augustus Wolseley,=y=Mary Maria, dau. Thomas Porter of^Charlotte Elizabeth, 



M.L). ; born 2 June 1819 ; M.I). 
Edin. ; Staff - Surgeon of the 
Turkish Contingent in the 
Crimea 1854-55; died at Edin- 
burgh on .Sunday, 13 February 
1859, bur. at Bute. 



of William Flock- Rockbeare House, married at George 

hart of Edin- Exeter, co. Devon, Town, Demerara, 

burgh ; marr. at eldest son of British Guiana, 7 

Bute I January Thomas Porter of October 1840. 

1843. Rockbeare House. 



Eliza Porter, married Henry John Wolseley of 3 Eynella Road,=f=Fanny Carlyon, dau. 
in October 1867, Dulwich "Park, co. Surrey ; born 9 March 1846 ; I of John Gittens ; 
Lynch Thomas, M. D. educated at Atherstone and at Edinburgh | marr. at Barbados 

=r University; M.B., CM. Edin. 1881, formerly I 14 November 1S72. 

A Medical Lecturer at Codrington College, 

Barbados. I 



Ellen Graham, born 26 
September 1876, bapt. 
at St. Patrick's, 
Berbice, British 

Columbia. 



Emily Bertie, born 
II December 
1879, bapt. at 
St. Phillip's, Bar- 
bados. 



Alice Hamilton, 
born 30 Decem- 
ber 1883, bapt. 
at St. Lucy's, 
Barbados. 



Minnie Bathurst, 
born 9 May 
18S5, bapt. at 
St. Lucy's, Bar- 
bados. 



Janet Porter, 
born 30 May 
1889, bapt. 
at St. Lucy's, 
Barbados. 



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I 

John Henry Wolseley, 
born I November 1820 ; 
died 1 1 November 
1S40. 



George Noble Bredin (son of Major— 
General Andrew Bredin, R.A.) ; married 
23 January 1845 ; died in 1852. ist 
husband. 



'Frances Anne, married 
2ndly in 1854, J. F. 
Hills. _ 



Edmund Hayter Bingham (youngest son of= 
Colonel Charles Coxe Bingham, R.A., by 
Sarah his wife, dau. of Captain Samuel 
Hayter, R.N.); Captain ist West India 
Regiment ; married at the Cathedral, George 
Town, Demerara, British Guiana, 23 January 
1845 ; died, aged 36, at Maryon Road, Wool- 
wich, CO. Kent, on Thursday, 9 October 1856. 
Adinon was granted (P.C.C.) 31 October 1856, 
to Charles Bingham, brother, ist husband. 



I. 
=Cecilia Lewis Pauline,^ 

died at 82 Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London, on Sundav, 8 
December 1889. Will 
dated 5 November 1889, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 45, 
90) 20 January 1890, by 
John Richard Farre 
Hutson, son, Percy Eyre 
Francis Hobbs, son-in- 
law, and Richard Lake 
Harrison. /K 



Henry Hutson, M.I).; 
of Demerara, British 
Guiana; M.R.C.S. 
Lond. ; married 22 
August i860 ; died at 
Eilegh, Whitenights, 
near Reading, co. 
Berks, on Saturday, 
14 May 1887. 2nd 
hustiand. 



Harriet, dau. of D. Fraser Luckie=T=WilIiam Augustus (Daniel) Wolseley=pLiIian Laura, 4th 

dau. of Horatio 
Bethune Leggalt, 
formerly of Worth, 
CO. Sussex ; marr. 
at the (^aliiedral, 
George Town, 
Demerara, on Satur- 
day, 2 February 
1895. 2nd wife. 



of Spencer Park, Wandsworth 
Common, co. Surrey ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, London, 
on Thursday, 20 August 1891 ; 
died at Lusignan, Demerara, British 
Guiana, on Friday, 12 January 
1894. ist wife. 



of Lusignan, Demerara, of Kentons, 
Reading, co. Berks, and of 10 
Sumner Terrace, Onslow Square, 
London; born 3 October 1847; 
Member of the Executive Council 
of British Guiana 1893-1901. 



William Bertie Wolseley, born prematurely 
at Lusignan, Demerara, on Wednesday, 
10 January 1894, and died the next day. 



William Bertie Wolseley, born at Lusignan, 
Demerara, on Tuesday, 7 July 1896 ; 
Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery ; served 
in European War, and died of wounds 
received in action 5 July 1916. 



Cecilia Lucy Cavendish, 
born at Boscobel Road, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Wednesday, 14 
October 1903. 



Lilian Patricia Dysart, 
born at Hoscobel 
Road, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, on Wednesday, 
8 January 1908. 



94 



I 



I 



Rev. John Frederick Bourne, son=[=-Eliza Jane, marr. Harry Grosvenor=f=Catharine Nerval 



of J. H. Bourne of Partney, co. 
Lincoln ; Minister of St. Mark's 
Chapelry, St. Paul's, Denierara, 
British Guiana. 



23 January 1845 ; Butts, M.D., son 
died 1 5 December of R. G. Butts of 
1848. Uemerara. 



Magdalene Dysart, 
marr. 18 May 
1854. 



A 



John Rose Danien= 
(son of the Hon'''' 
Meade Home 
Daniel], late Presi- 
dent of H.M.'s 
Council of Antigua, 
West Indies) ; died 
6 May 1866. 



=Louisa Tollemache, married 3 No- 
vember 1853 ; died at 135 Marina, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, 
7 December 1879. Admon was 
granted at the Principal Registry 
13 August 1880, to Charlotte 
Wolseley, widow, executrix to the 
will of William Bertie Wolseley, 
father and next-of-kin. 



Edward Poulton= 
Wells of Queens- 
land, Australia, 
son of A. Wells 
of Bermuda. 



■Henrietta Augusta 
Meade, marr. 3 
February 1857. 



A 



Charles Bertie Wolseley, 
born 19 October 1852 ; 
lost at sea. 



Mary Jane Bourne, of 55 Fairholme Road, West Kensington, 
London; married in 1873, John Shine Wilson who died in 1900. 



Francis Vivian Wolseley, born 17 September 1855 ; died at 
Milsom's Point, North Sydney, New South Wales, 17 April 
1906. Will dated 15 February 1906, proved at Sydney 18 May 
1906, by Jean Peacock Wolseley, relict; sealed in London 13 
December 1906. He married Jean Peacock. 



Robert Flockhart Wolseley, 
born 8 June 1857 ; died 
unmarried. 



A 



95 



3Rtcl)arti$, formerly) of ^t, 

Bebon, 



iWarprl)urfj), to. 



William Thomas Richards of St. Marychurch, co. Devon,=pMary, dau. of John Sargent of 40 
formerly of Tiverton, co. Devon (son of William Thomas ' St. Andrew Street, Plymouth, co. 



Richards of Tiverton, by Elizabeth his wife) ; born at 
Tiverton, bapt. at St. Peter's, Tiverton, 30 July 1821 ; 
Sergeant- Major in the Royal Marines; served in the 
Crimean War 1855-56 ; died, aged 54, at Coombe 
Pafford, St. Marychurch, bur. at St. Marychurch 9 
September 1875. M.I. 



Devon ; born at Plymouth ; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 24 
December 1849 ; died, aged 79, at 
St. Marychurch in 1902, bur. there. 
M.I. 



Mary Stevens, daughter of James= 
Nankivell of Abbots Kerswell and Kings 
Kerswell, co. Devon, by Mary his wife ; 
born at Abbots Kerswell, 7 August 1854, 
bapt. there ; marr. at Saviour's, Torre, 
CO. Devon, 2 July 1882 ; died, aged 42, 
at Torquay, co. Devon, on Monday, 
7 December, bur. in the cemetery at 
Torquay on Thursday, 10 December 1896. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=William Thomas Richards of Plymouth= 
and of Torquay ; born at Octagon 
Street, Milbay, Plymouth, 2 March, 
bapt. at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 23 
March 1851 ; Artist; died, aged 67, 
at Plymouth on Friday, 7 June, bur. 
there on Tuesday, 11 June 19 18. M.I. 



oAjcC^ 



=Annie, daughter of 
William Rowland 
of Totnes, co. 
Devon, and of 
Torquay ; born at 
Totnes ; marr. at 
the Registry Office, 
Newton Abbot, co. 
Devon, 9 December 
1899. 2nd wife. 



Louisa Annie, of 36 Craven Terrace, 
Carlton Hill, Leeds, co. York ; born 
at Torquay 21 February, bapt. 
at St. Saviour's, Torre, 8 August 
1884. 



Emily Maude, born at Torquay 9 August 
1 886, bapt. privately 6 August 1887 ; 
died, aged i year, at Torquay, on Friday, 
12 August, bur. in the cemetery at 
'I'orquay, on Tuesday, 16 August 1887. 



I 1 
Fwo sons, 

died in 

infancy. 



Elizabeth, born 
at Bath Street, 
Milbay, Ply- 
mouth, in 1854, 
bapt. at St. 
George's, East 
Stonehouse, co. 
Devon. 



Joseph Burnett, born at 
Bath Street, Milbay, 
Plymouth, 8 October 
1856, bapt. at St. 
George's, East Stone- 
house ; took the name 
of Burnett in lieu of 
that of Richards in 1903 ; 
died at 31 Woodstock 
Road, Shepherd's Bush, 
CO. Midlesex, on Mon- 
day, 1 7 March, bur. in '. 
the cemetery at Ham- 
mersmith, co. Middlesex, , 
on Saturday, 22 March 

1919 I 

I 
1 
Alfred Jackson (son of Charles Jackson of Brixham,=i=Bessie, born at 2 Coombe Park, 



=Bessie, daughter 
of Henry Bellamy 
Baker of Kings 
Kerswell, by his 
wife, Sarah Dart of 
Kings Kerswell ; 
born at Kings 
Kerswell 3 r May 
1856, bapt. there; 
marr. at Bedwelty, 
CO. Monmouth, 7 
August 1876. 



Harry Richards of 
Plymouth and St. 
Marychurch, and 
Oxenham, Biintol, 
CO. Somerset ; born 
at Bath Street, 
Milbay, Plymouth, 
in 1858, bapt. at 
St. George's, East 
Stonehouse. 



Alice, born at Bath 
Street, Milbay, Ply- 
mouth, in i860, 
bapt. at St. George's, 
East Stonehouse ; 
marr. at Bath, co. 
Somerset, Harry 
Moorhouse of 
Bath. „ 



CO. Devon); born at Brixham 19 May 1877, bapt. 
there; joined the Royal Engineers 19 March 1917, 
attached to the Devon and Somerset Light Infantry ; 
served in European War. J^ 



St. Marychurch, i July 1877, 
bapt. at St. Marychurch ; marr. 
there 3 August 1901. 



oL<Mx-c^a>e. c^' '^X^i^o-'^ii^^L^t.'^i^ 



96 




Arms oil recard in the College of Arms. 
Argent on a cross between four frets gules 
a tower of the first. 

Cre't. — A tower or charged with a'fret 
gules. 

Motto. — Virtus cas!el!um nieuni. 



^rncr of B^euttueU l^all, 
CO. ^uffoIK. 



Colonel Henrj' Bence Bence of= 
Thorington Hall, co. SulTolk (only son 
of the Rev. Bence Hence [formerly 
Sparrow] of Thorington and Rector 
of Beccles, co. Suffolk, by Harriet his 
wife, dau. and heir of William Elmy of 
Beccles) ; bapt. at Beccles 1 2 March 
1788; educated at Charterhouse, 
1802-1804, and at St. John's College, 
Cambridge ; Cornet 16th Lancers 2 
February 1808, Captain Goth Rifles 15 
August iSii and of the 7th Dragoon 
Guards 5 December i8ri; retired 21 
July 1814; Colonel East Suffolk Militia 
6 February 1S44: served v.-ith the i6th 
Lancers in 14 actions in the Peninsular 
War (wounded at Talavera, medal with 
two clasps) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Suffolk, J. P. for CO. Norfolk; died, 
aged 72, at Thorington Hall, on 
Saturday, 9 February rS6i, bur. at j 
Thorington 16 February 1 86 1. Memorial 
window in church. Will dated 31 March 
i860, with codicil dated 10 December 1 
i860, proved (Prin. Reg., 206, 61) 13 
April 1861, by Henry Alexander Starkie 1 
Bence, the son. 1 



=Elizabeth Susanna, dau. 
and coheir of Nicholas 
Starkie of FVenchwood, 
CO. Lancaster, and of 
Reddlesden, co. York, 
by Catharine his 
wife, dau. of Robert 
Edgar of Ipswich, co. 
Suffolk ; born 20 No- 
vember 1795 ; Tiarr. at 
Kelsale, co. Suffolk, 5 
May 1S15; died, aged 
67, at St. Leonards-on- 
Sea, CO. Sussex, on Fri- 
day, 1 9 December, bur. 
at Thorington 27 De- 
cember 1862. Memo- 
rial window in church. 
Will dated 26 August 
1 86 1, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 266, 63) 8 May 
1 863, by Ed ward Robert 
Starkie Bence, the son. 

{^See Pedigree of Starkie, 
"Notes" to " Visi- 
tati(!7i of England 
and Wales;- Vol. 6, 
page i8g). 



Henry Alexander Starkie Bence of Thorington Hail ; born at= 
Thorington 15 May 1816, bapt. there next day ; educated at 
the Charterhouse 1826-34, and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
matriculated 10 April 1835, B.A. 1839; in the Diplomatic 
Service; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk; High Sheriff 
1872 ; Colonel East Suffolk Militia ; Lord of the Manors 
of Thorington, Kelsaie and Carlton, co. Suffolk ; died, 



= Agnes, 2nd dau. of John Barclay of 
Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park, London ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Thursday, 22 August 1850, 
marriage settlements dated 20 August ; 
died, aged 76, at Thorington, on Sunday, 
19 June, bur. at Thorington on Thursday, 
aged 65, at i'horingion Mail, on Monday, 30 ^L^y, bur. 123 June 1004. Will dated 13 July 1899, 



at Thorington 3 June 1881. \Vill dated 24 July 1873, 
with codicil dated 14 Tune 1878, proved at Ipswich 9 
August 1 88 1, by Richard Henry Reeve and Percy Bence- 
Trower, son. n law. 



proved (Prin. Reg., 1105, 1904) 16 Sep- 
tember 1904, by Percy Bence-Trower, 
and Colonel Guy Lenox Bence-Lambert, 
C.M.G., sons-in-law. 



Percy Bence-Trower (2nd son of Henry Trower of 36 Gloucester Square, =f=Agnes Marian, born at Porto- 
Hyde Park, London, by Helen his wile, eldest dau. of William Seymour \ bello, co. Midlolhian, on 
of Montagu Plare, Russell Square, London); born at Hornsey, co. ! Friday, 20 August, bapt. there 
Middlesex, on Thursday, 30 April 1846, hapt. at the p.irish church, I 2 September 1852 ; marr. 
Hornsey ; educated at Eton ; took the additional name of Bence by at St. James', Piccadilly, 
Deed Poll 26 May 1877 ; died, aged 62, at Winkfield Manor, co. Berks, ; London (by the Rev. Arthur 
on Saturday, 25 July, bur. at ^Vinkfield on Thursday, 30 July 1908. I Trower), on Thursday, 6 
Rerodos to his memory. \Vill dated 28 April 1877, with codicil dated \ July 1876. 
18 February 1891, proved (Prin. Reg., 1543, I9c'^^ 31 October 190S, by ! 
Agnes Marian Bence-Trower, the relict. /k 



{See Pedigree of Trower, page lOj.) 



97 



Marianne Katharine 
Starkie, born at 
Kelsale, co. Suffolk, 
3 November 1817, 
bapt. there same 
day; died 21 May, 
bur. at Thorington, 
CO. Suffolk, 25 May 
1833- 



Edward Robert Starkie Bence of Kentwell Hall,' 
CO. Suffolk; bapt. at Thorington, co. Suffolk, 27 
August 1823 ; educated at Charterhouse 1835- 
41 ; Cornet ist (King's) Dragoon Guards 16 
August 1842, Lieutenant 2 August 1844, 
Captain (retired) ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk, 
High Sheriff 1861 ; Lord of the Manors of 
Kentwell Monks and Stanstead, co. Suffolk ; I 
died, aged 65, at Kentwell Hall, on Sunday, 
24 February 1889, bur. at Thorington. Will 
dated 29 August 188 1, with two codicils dated I 
4 October 1886 and 6 November 1888, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 373, 89) 23 May 1889, by Eliza 
Charlotte Albinia Bence, the relict, Charles 
Cheston and Edward Starkie Bence, son, and 
Charles Edmund Ross. 



=Eliza Charlotte Albinia, 
youngest dau. of George 
James Sulivan of Wil- 
mington, Ryde, Isle 
of Wight ; marr. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 30 July 1850; 
died, aged 86, at East- 
bourne, CO. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 26 May, bur. 
in the Borough Ceme- 
tery, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, 30 May 1917. 



Isabel Elizabeth 
Starkie, born on 
Thursday, 8 May 
1 85 1, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bry- 
anston Square, 
London. 



Colonel John Heathfield .Stratton of The Gage,= 
Little Berkhamsted, co. Hertford (son of William 
Stratton of The Gage, Little Berkhamsted, by 
Catharine Parry Weston his wife, dau. of John 
Heathfield Hickes, M.D., of Pedington Manor, co. 
Gloucester) ; born 15 September 1837, bapt. at Little 
Berkhampsted ; educated at Brighton and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery i October 1857, Captain 1869, Major 
1877, Lieut.-Colonel 1884, Colonel (retired) 10 June 
1885 ; J. P. for the counties of Buckingham (1886) 
and Hertford (1899). 



•Albinia Maria Starkie, 
born on Tuesday, 1 1 
April 1854, bapt. at 
St. Mary's, Bryan- 
ston Square, London ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 
on Tuesday, 27 
September 1887. 



i I 
Edith Mabel, born at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 8 February 
1854, bapt. at Hove, co. 
Sussex. 

Millicent, bapt. at Cathe- 
dine, co. Brecon, in 
1855 ; bur. the same 
year at Llangasty- 
Tallyllyn, co. Brecon. 



Colonel Guy Lenox Bence-Lambert, C. M.G., of^Ida Millicent, 
Thorington Hall, co. Suffolk, and of Dernasliggan, bapt. at Cathe- 
co. Galway (younger son of Alexander Clendinning dine in i860 ; 
Lambert of Brook Hill, co. Mayo, by Emma Maria marr. at Thor- 
his wife, dau. of Guy Lenox Prendergast, NLP.); ington on Wed- 
born 30 December 1856 ; educated at Cheltenham nesday, 23 
College ; Lieut.-Colonel Commanding (hon. Colonel) January 1884. 
3rd Connaught Rangers, retired 1905 ; hon. Lieut.- 
Colonel in the Army ; Commanded 2/4th Suffolk 
Regiment 1915-16; Inspector Quartermaster 
General Service, Horse Guards, 1917 : J. P. for co. 
Galway ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Suflblk ; assumed by 
Deed Poll dated 29 January 1885, the additional 
name of Bence ; C. I\LG. 1902. 



98 



Rev. Thomas Starkie Bence, born at Thorington, co.=f Elizabeth Frances, eldest dau. 
Suffolk, I October 1824, bapt. there next day; educated at: of Robert Cuninghame Taylor 



Charterhouse, 1835-42, and at St. John's College, Cambridge, 

B.A. 1848, M.A. 1851 ; Rector of Thorington 15 December 

1849 ; died, aged ^^, at O.xford Terrace, Paddinglon, London, 

on Wednesday, 14 July, bur. at Thorington 20 July 1858. 

Memorial window in church. Will dated ig January 1858, 

with codicil dated 8 July 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 505, 58) 18 

August 1858, by Frederick Francis James Morrice and John ; Captain 19th Foot. 

Barneby Sargeaunt 



of Boughton Place, co. Kent ; 
marr. at Boughton Monchelsea, 
CO. Kent, on '1 hursday, 16 
April 1857. She married 2ndly 
2 1 September 1865, George 
Alexander Warburton, formerly 



Henrietta Starkie of 37 Beaufort Gardens, Brompton Road, 
Kensington, London ; born at S Burwood I'lace, Paddington, 
London, on Saturday, 27 November 1858, bapt. at St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square, London, in January 1859. 



Charles Edmund Ross= 
(eldest son of W. H. 
Drummond Ross of 
the HonW= East India 
Co.'s Service) ; died 
at 42 Bennett Park, 
Blackheath, co. Kent, 
9 February 19 10. 



=Leila Emily Katharine .Starkie, 
born at 25 Hyde Park Square, 
London, on Sunday, 27 June 
1858, bapt. at Redgrave, co. 
Suffolk ; marr. at St. Mat- 
thew's, Bayswater, London (by 
her uncle, the Rev. Filmer 
Sullivan), on Tuesday, 28 
September 1886. 



]\Label Mary Starkie, born on Monday, 
25 February 1861, bapt. at Stanstead, 
CO. Suffolk; died unmarried, aged 31, 
at St. Leonards-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on 
Wednesday, 22 February 1893, bur. at 
Thorington. Adiiion (with will dated 
20 February 1893) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., 334, 93) 27 April 1893, to Edward 
Starkie Bence, brother. 



Edward Starkie Bence of Kentwell 
Hall, CO. Suffolk ; born at Kentwell 
Hall on Friday, 4 July 1862, 
bapt. at (ilemsford, co. Suffolk ; 
of Magdalen College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 
1887 ; Captain 3rd Battalion 
Suffolk Regiment 1881-89; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Suffolk. 



Alice Maude Mary Starkie, born on Wednesday, 29 
April 1 868, bapt. at Long Melford, co. Suffolk ; died 
at The Priory, F'olkestone, co. Kent, on Saturday, 
I July, bur. at Llanfrynach, co. Brecon, on Wednesday, 
5 July 1916. Will dated 16 June 1916, proved in 
the Principal Registry 7 November 1916, by Edward 
Starkie Bence, her brother, and Henrietta Starkie Bence, 
spinster, her cousin. 



99 




Croloer. 



Mary, eldest= 
daughter of 
George Griffin 
Slonestreet of 
Clapham, co. 
Surrey ; marr. 
on Thursday, 
15 January 
1801 ; d ied 
on Tuesday, 6 
October 1807, 
bur. at Hack- 
ney, CO. Mid- 
dlesex. 1st 
wife. 



Arms on reiorj in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterly : Argent and sable three lions 
passant guardant counterchanged over all a 
tilting-spear in bend proper. 

Crsst. — A lion passant guardant per pale 
argent and sable chargeJ with a roundell per 
pale counterchanged resting the dexter paw 
upon an anchor. 

Motto. — Amico fidus ad aras. 



=George Trower of i3=j=lsabella, eldest dau. 



Russell Square, formerly 
of Old Broad Street, 
London (eldest son of 
Thomas Trower of Clap- 
ton, CO. Middlesex, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of John Smith of Fleet 
Street, London) ; born 
at Clapton 9 October 
1775; died, aged 65, at 
Dresden, Germany, on 
Monday, 14 September 
1840, bur. in the ceme- 
tery at Dresden. Will 
dated 6 July 1839, 
proved (P.C.C. 732 
Ardeii) 30 October 1840, 
by George Slonestreet 
Trower, Frederick 
Trower and Henry 
Trower, sons. /K 



of Thomas Kemble 
of Mincing Lane, 
London, of C'lapton, 
and of Gobion's Park, 
CO. Hertford ; marr. at 
St. John's, Hackney, 
CO. Middlesex, on 
Tuesday, 5 March 
1811 ; died at South- 
lands, CO. Surrey, on 
Saturday, 3 Novem- 
ber 1855, bur. at 
Tandridge, co. Sur- 
rey. Will dated 18 
July 1850, proved 
(P.C.C. 162, 56) 14 
February 1856, by 
Henry Trower and 
Frederick Trower, 
sons. 2nd wife. 



{For issue see page 102.) 



Mary, born i6 
December, died 
22 December 
i8oi. 



George Stonestreet Trower, born i9=j=Beatrice, 3rd dau. of Thomas Oakeley of Lydart, 



December 1802 ; educated at Rugby, 
admitted 1814; died, aged 94, at 
Renienham, Wraysbury, co. Buck- 
ingham, on Sunday, 24 January 
1897, bur. at Wraysbury. Will dated 
28 November 1887, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 354, 97) 16 March 1897, by 
G *orge Oakeley Trower and f^ionel 
George Trower, sons. 



CO. Monmouth ; marr. at Mitchell Troy, co. 
Monmouth, on Wednesday, 5 September 1849; 
died, aged 82, at 9 Sussex Mansions, Sussex 
Place, South Kensington, London, on 'I'uesday, 
28 May, bur. at ^^'raysbury on Friday, 31 May 
1907. Will dated 4 March 1901, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1163, 1907) 9 July 1907, by Lionel George 
Trower, son. 



Major Donald Frede-=j=Rhoda Mary 



rick Durant Maclean 
(2nd son of J. G. Mac- 
lean) ; Captain (hon. 
Major) 3rd Battalion 
The York and Lan- 
caster Regiment 8 
December 1899 ; 

served in South 
African War 1901 
-1902, as Press 
Censor (Queen's 
medal with two 
clasps) ; temporary 
Major Service Bat- 



talion Royal Fusiliers 
1914-1918. /K 



Georgina,born 
at 33 Hyde 
Park Square, 
London, on 
Tuesday, 1 3 
August 1850; 
marr. at St. 
Peter's, Cran- 
ley Gardens, 
London (by 
her uncle, the 
Rev. Arthur 
Trower), on 
Tuesday, 3 1 
May 1881. 



George Oakeley Trower, = 
died, aged 56, at 
Meldoii Lodge, Chel- 
tenham, CO. Gloucester, 
on Friday, 2 1 June 
1907. Will dated 11 
1\ larch 1898, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1287, 1907) 
27 August 1907, by 
Lionel George Trower, 
brother, and Major 
Donald Frederick 
Durant Maclean, brother- 
in-law. 



=Frances Amelia Jessie, eldest dau. of 
William Ford Hulton of Hulion Park, 
Holton-le-Moors, CO. Lancaster; marr. 
at St. Mary's, The Boltons, South 
Kensington, on Saturday, 30 April 
1887 ; died at Lanesfield, Cheltenham, 
on Thursday, 18 July 1912. Will 
dated 10 July 1907, with three 
codicils dated 25 March 1908 to i 
December 1910, proved at Gloucester 
9 August 191 2, by the Rev. Cuthbert 
Fetherston Trower, brother-in-law, and 
Arthur Hyde Hulton, nephew. She 
married istly at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 27 April 1S65, John 
Dennison Hargreaves of Auchnasgiach, 
CO. Argyle. 



Sydney Tiovver, 
born 30 April 
1804; died 2 
January 1805. 



I 
Jasper Trower, born 2 April=Charlotte ; she married 2ndly 
1806 ; Captain Bengal Artil- at St. James', Paddington, 



lery(ist Lieutenant i January 
1828); killed at the engage- 
ment at Moodkee, Punjab, 
India, 18 December 1845. 



London, 5 October 1850, 
Octave Delpierre, Secretary 
to the Belgian Legation. 



Charles Trower, 
born at Clapton, 
CO. Middlesex, 5 
October, died 
there 23 October 
1807. 



Edward Trower, 
born at 33 Hyde 
Park Square, 
London, onTues- 
day, 23 Septem- 
ber 1851 ; died 
unmarried. 



Sydney Trower, 
born at 33 Hyde 
Park Square on 
Saturday, i 6 
April 1853 ; died 
unmarried. 



Corwallis Jasper Trower, born at 33 
Hyde Park Square 0:1 Friday, 30 
June 1854 ; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted 24 January 1868; 
Midshipman Royal Navy 27 October 
1869, Lieutenant 28 April 1876; 
killed in action, aged 26, on Majuba 
Hill, Transvaal, South Africa, on 
Sunday, 27 February 1881. 



A daughter, 
born at 33 Hyde 
Park Square on 
Monday, 14 
January 1856. 



Lionel George Oakeley 
Trower, born at 33 
Hyde Park Square on 
Tuesday, 24 February 
1857- 



Charles Reginald Hargreaves of Remen-= 
ham, Wraysbury, co. Buckingham (2nd 
son of John Hargreaves of Silw^ood 
Park, CO. Berks, by Mary his wife, dau. 
of Benjamin Hick of Bolton-le-Moors, 
CO. Lancaster) ; born in 1851 ; educated 
at Eton; Cornet 13th Hussars 17 
November 1869, Lieutenant 21 June 
1871. /K 



Beatrice Edith Agatha, born 
at 33 Hyde Park Square on 
Easter Day, 4 April 1858; 
marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, on Tuesday, 3 
January 1888. 



Rev. Cuthhert Fetherston Trower 
(twin with Katherine Cecil 
Annette) ; born at 33 Hyde 
Park Square on New Year's Day 
1861 ; of St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 April 
1881, B.A. 1S86, M.A. 1888; 
Curate of Alford with Rig.sby 
CO. Lincoln, 1887-90 ; Chaplain 
to Evelyn, Countess of Craven, 
1890-1912; Vicar of Stockcross, 
CO. Berks, 191 2. 



Colonel Arthur Morris, born 3o=f=Katherine Cecil Annette 



August 1840; entered the Army 
as Ensign 60th (The King's 
Royal Rifle Corps) Foot 2 1 May 
1858, Lieutenant 1861, Captain 
1869, Major 1S80, Lieut. -Colonel 
1885, Colonel (retired) 5 j\larch 
1890; served in the China Cam- 
paign i860 (medal with two 
clasps); served with 3rd Battalion 
60th Foot in the latter part of Zulu 
War 1879 (medal with clasp). /t\ 



(twin with Cuthbert 
Fetherston) ; born at 33 
Hyde Park Square on 
New Year's Day 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South 
Kensington, on Wednes- 
day, 6 October 1886. 



lOI 



Mary, eldest dau. of George=f=George Trower of 1 3 liussell= 



Griftin Stonestreet. isl wife. 



Square, London. 



{For iiiiie see page 200.) 



■Isabella, eldest dau. 
of Thomas Kemble 
of Gobion's Park, co. 
Hertford. 2nd wife. 



Isabella, born 
I February 
181 2 ; died, 
aged 1 6, on 
Tuesday, 22 
April 1828. 



Sarah Percival, 3rd= 
dau. of I'Yancis 
Benjamin Bedwell ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Walthamstow, co. 
Essex, on Tuesday, 
26 May 1840; 
died in 1874. ist 
wife. 



=Frederick Trower of 4 Clifton PIace,= 
Sussex Square, Hyde Park, London ; 
born at Montagu Place, liussell 
Square, London, 22 May 1813; died, 
aged 62, at 9 Victoria Road, 
Kensington, London, on Monday, 1 5 
May 1S76. Will dated 26 April 
1876, proved (l^riii. Reg., 751, 76) 2 
September 1876, by Mary Anne Trower, 
the relict. 



=Mary Anne, dau. 
of John Black- 
ley ; marr. at St. 
Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, on 
Saturday, 14 Au- 
gust 1875. 2nd 
wife. 



Frederick Trower, born on Thursday, 23 
June 1842 ; died unmarried in London 11 
July 1885. Will dated 2 August 1876, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1044, 85) 3 December 
1885, by Jasper Trower, brother. 



Jasper Trower, born at 4 Clifton Place, 
Sussex Square, London, on Wednesday, 19 
August 1846; died unmarried at 7a East- 
bourne Terrace, Paddington, London, on 
Saturday, 27 May 1899. Will dated 12 
September 1885, proved (Prin. Reg., 931, 99) 
3 July 1899, by Isabella Trower and Augusta 
Perceval Trower, spinsters, sisters. 



Isabella, born at 4 Clifton Place, Sussex Square, 
on Thursday, 17 February 1848; died at 68 
Draycott Gardens, Kensington, on Tuesday, 
7 December 1915, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. Will dated 4 August 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 168, 16) 22 January 1916, 
by Augusta Perceval Trower, spinster, sister. 



Charles Trower, born at 4 Clifton Place, Sussex 
Square, on Wednesday, 15 February 1854; died 
on Sunday, 4 January 1865. 



Augusta Perceval. 



Henry Percy Bence Trower, born 
at 7 Stanhope Street, Hyde Park 
Gardens, on Tuesday, 24 April, 
bapt. at Thorington, co. Suffolk, 
27 May 1877 ; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted 1890; 
died, aged 14, at Charterhouse 
on Sunday, 21 February 1892, 
bur. there. 



Herbert Arthur^Agnes Helen, born at 7 Stanhope Street, 
Steward, eldest Hyde Park Gardens, on Thursday, 8 
son of Herbert August, bapt. at Thorington 22 September 
T. Steward. 1878; marr. at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 

South Kensington (by her cousins, the Rt. 

Rev. the Bishop of Likonia and the Rev. 

Cuthbert Fetherston Trower), on Tuesday, 

20 February 1906. 



Henry Trower of 36 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, London; born at=f Helen, eldest 



Montagu Place, Russell Square, London, on Tuesday, 9 August 18 14 
Member of the Drapers' Company, Master 1885; one of the founders 
of the Commercial Union Assurance Company ; died, aged 84, at 36 
Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, on Monday, 9 January 1899, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 14 November 1898, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 364, 99) 8 March 1899, by Henry Seymour Trower and Percy Pence 
Trower, sons, and Robert I'^dward Leman, son-in-law. Portrait in Board 
Room of the Commercial Union Assurance Company. 




dau. of William 
Seymour of Mon- 
tagu Place, 
Russell Square ; 
born 20 January 
181 7 ; married 
at St. George's, 
Bloomsbury, 
London, 19 May 
1842; died at 
36 Gloucester 
Square, Hyde 
Park, on Sunday, 
15 January 1888, 
bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery. 



Henry Seymour Trower of= 
Weybridge, co. Surrey, and of 
9 Bryanston Square, London ; 
born at Hornsey, co. Middlesex, 
28 March, bapt. at the parish 
church, Hornsey, 25 April 
1843 ; educated at Eton ; 
Chairman of the Executive 
Committee of the Navy League 
1897-1909; died, aged 69, on 
Tuesday, 23 April 19 12, cre- 
mated at Brookwood, co. 
Surrey. Will dated 19 Decem- 
ber 1905, with three codicils 
dated 9 February 1907 to 5 
June 1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 199, 12) 6 July 19 1 2, by Juliet 
Rosetta Trower, relict, Robert 
Edward Leman, Alfred Bence 
Trower, Henry Howard Batten, 
Barrister-at-Law, and Horace 
Hutton Barnet, Colonel Royal 
Engineers. 



=Juliet Rosetta, 
dau. of M. M. 
Salomons; 
married at St. 
James', Picca- 
dilly, London, 
on Wednesday, 
I November 
1871. 



Percy Bence- Trower, = 
born at Hornsey on 
Thursday, 30 April 
1846, bapt. at the 
parish church, Horn- 
sey ; educatedat Eton ; 
took the additional 
name of Bence by 
Deed Poll 26 May 
1877 ; died, aged 62, 
at Winkfield iNLinor, 
CO. Berks, on Saturday, 
25 July, bur, at Wink- 
field on Thursday, -;o 
July 1908. Will 
dated 28 April 1877, 
with codicil dated 18 
February 1891, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1543. 
1908) 31 October 
T908, by Agnes 
Marian Bence-T rower, 
the relict. 



=Agnes Marian, eldest 
dau. of Henry Alex- 
ander Starkie Bence 
of Thorington Hall, 
CO. Suffolk, by Agnes 
his wife, 2nd dau. of 
John Barclay ; horn 
at Portobello, co. 
Midlothian, on Fri- 
day, 20 August, bapt. 
there 2 September 
1852 ; marr. at St. 
James', Piccadilly, 
London (by the Rev. 
Arthur Trower), on 
Thursday, 6 July 
1876. 

{See Pedigree of Bence, 
page (^7). 



Alfred Bence Trower, born at 7 Stanhope Street, Hyde Park Gardens, on Tuesday, 10 August, 
bapt. at Thorington 26 September 1880; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1804; 2nd 
Lieutenant ist Battalion Scots Guards; served in European War, and was killed in Irance 
30 May 1 9 18. 



'"3 



Emma, born at Montagu Place, Russell Square, 
London, on Monday, lo June 1816; died at 
Welwyn, co. Hertford, on Sunday, 10 Septem- 
ber 1876, bur. there. Will dated 28 January 

1876, proved (Prin. Reg., 157, 77) 7 February 

1877, by the Rev. Arthur Trower, brotlier, and 
Augusta Trower, spinster, sister. 



Augusta, born at Montagu Place, Russell 
Square, on Tuesday, 14 July 1818 ; died, 
aged 81, at Welwyn on Monday, 18 June 
1900, bur. at Welwyn. Will dated i July 
1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 1238, 1900) 15 
August 1900, by Percy Bence Trower and 
George Oakeley Trower, nephews. 



Ernest Trower, born at 2 Southwick 
Place, Hyde Park Square, London, 1 1 
November 1847, bapt. at St. John's, 
Paddington, London, 2 February 
1848 ; educated at Marlborougli ; died 
unmarried, aged 50, at 121 Mount 
Street, Berkeley Square, London, on 
Saturday, 23 July 1898, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 
26 August 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 1 74, 98) 21 October 1898, by Percy 
Bence Trower, brother, and Robert 
Edward I.,eman, brother-in-law. 



Alfred 'Prower, born at 2 
Chester Place, Hyde Park 
Square, on Thursday, 3 May, 
bapt. at St. James', Paddington, 
13 July 1849 ; died unmarried, 
aged 30, at 36 Gloucester 
Square, Hyde Park, on Tues- 
day, 1 1 February 1880, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery. 
Adiiion was granted at the 
Principal Registry 3 June 
1880, to Henry Trower, father. 



Helen Edith, born 
at 2 Chester Place, 
Hyde Park Square, 
on Friday, 2 May, 
bapt. at St. James', 
Paddington, 18 July 
1851 ; died, aged 
2 years and 1 1 
months, on Tues- 
day, 4 April 1854, 
bur. in Kensal 
Cireen Cenietery. 



Richard Alexander Bence Trower, liorn at 7= 
Stanhope Street, Hyde Park Gardens, on Sunday, 
29 January, bapt. at Thorington, co. Suffolk, 
2 April 1882 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 
1895 ; joined the City of London Yeomanry 1907 
(retired); re-joined in August 1914 ; Captain 
August 1916; served in Gallipoli and in Egypt ; 
Assistant Quarter - Master Inspector - General's 
Services (mentioned in despatches 5 January 1918). 



=Elizabeth Violet Mabel, 
only dau. of Edward 
Burgess Weatherall, 
Barrister-at-Law ; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London 
(by the Rev. Cuthbert 
Fetherston Trower), on 
'Phursday, 25June 19 14. 



Edith Muriel, 
born at 7 Stan- 
hopeStreet,Hyde 
Park Gardens, 
on Wednesday, 
31 October 1883, 
bapt. at Thoring- 
ton 27 lanuary 
1884. 



I 
Elizabeth, born at 18 Sumner Place, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington, London, on 
Wednesday, 20 December 19 16. 



Susan, born at 18 Suumer 
Place, Cranley Gardens, 
30 October 1917. 



Ernest Guy Bence 
Trower, born at 1 1 
Bolton Gardens, 
South Kensington, 
on Wednesday, 4 
May 1887, bapt. at 
St. Jude's, South 
Kensington. 



Major Edward Bence Trower, 
M.C. ; born at 11 Bolton 
Gardens, South Kensington, 
on Monday, 16 March 1891, 
bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Kensington ; 
educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1904; Major 5th 
Battalion South Wales 
Borderers ; M.C. ; reported 
missing, afterwards believed 
killed, at Romigny, France, 
30 May 1 9 18. 



Henry Arthur Beiice= 
Trower, born at 1 1 Jkilton 
Gardens, South Kensing- 
ton, on Thursday, 26 Jan- 
uary 1893, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, South 
Kensington ; educated at 
Charterhouse, admitted 
1906 ; temporary Lieu- 
tenant 13th Battalion The 
Rifle Brigade 24 December 
1914 ; invalided out of the 
Army. 



=Dorothie Selby, 
married at St. 
Peter's, Cianley 
Gardens, South 
Kensington, on 
Saturday, 26 
July 19 19. She 
married rstly 
James Selby 
Smith of Long 
Beach, C'ali- 
fornia. U.S.A. 



104 



Rev. Arthur Trower, born at M()ntiigu=f=Jane, 4th dau. of Edward 



Place, Russell Square, London, on 
Sunday, 28 November 181 9; educated 
at Harrow (admitted 1834), and at 
Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculated 
29 November 183S, B.A. 1842, iM.A. 
1849; Perpetual Curate of ("odsall, 
CO. Stafford, 1847-59, and of Hook, 
CO. York. 1S59-64 ; Rector of St. 
Mary-at-Hill with St. .Andrew Hubbard, 
London, 1874-91 ; died, aged 71, at the 
Rectory, St. Mary-at-Hill, on Monday, 
12 January 1891, bur. in Ocklynge 
Cemetery, Eastbourne, co. Sussex. 



Lawford of Eden Park, 
Beckenham, co. Kent; marr. 
at Heckenham on Tuesday, 
12 January 1847 ; died, 
aged 79, at Emery Down, 
Eastbourne, on Saturday, 4 
February 1905, bur. in Ock- 
lynge Cemetery, Eastbourne. 
Will dated 4 December 
1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 
466, 1905) 30 March 1905, 
by Herbert Arthur Trower, 
son. 



Major Horace Trower, 
Ensign 1 5th (The King's) 
Hussars 30 August 1842, 
Lieutenant 1846, Captain 
1855, Major 19 March 
1861 ; died, aged 42, at 
S3 Brunswick Terrace, 
lirighton, co. Sussex, on 
Tuesday, 1 2 January 1 864. 
Adiiion was granted at 
the Principal Registry 7 
November 1864, to 
Henry Trower, brother. 



Edward Lawford Trower, 
born at Codsall on 
Wednesday, 20 October, 
bapt. at Codsall 7 No- 
vember 1847 ; died on 
Sunday, 26 December 
following, bur. there 31 
December. 



George Trower, 
born at South- 
lands, CO. Surrey, 
on Thursday, 12 
October 1848 ; 
diedat Rockhamp- 
ton, Queensland, 
on Tuesday, 8 
September 1908. 



Ada Jane, born 
at Codsall on Mon- 
day, 31 December 
1849, bapt. there 
10 February 1850 ; 
Sister of the 
Community of St. 
Peter's, Kilburn, 
CO. Middlesex. 



Emily Henrietta (twin with 
Florence Henrietta), born 
at Codsall on Monday, 16 
June i85r. 

Florence Henrietta (twin 
with Emily Henrietta), born 
at Codsall on Monday, 16 
June 185 1 ; died, aged 36, 
on Friday, 29 July 1887. 



Robert Edward= 
Leman of 51 
Lincoln's Inn 
Fields, London 
(youngest son of 
James Leman of 
29 Chester Ter- 
race, Regent's 
Park, London ; 
admitted a 

Solicitor Hilary 
Term 1867. 



=Rosa RLinche, born at 2 Chester Place, Hyde Park 
Square. London, on Monday, 15 November 1852, bapt. 
at St. James', Paddington, London, 23 February 1853; 
marr. at .AH Saints', Paddington (by her uncle, the Rev. 
Arthur Trower) on Thursday, 21 September 1876 ; died 
at 32 Hyde Park Gardens on Wednesday, 20 March 
1901, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will 
dated 26 February 1901, proved (Prin. Reg. 756, 1901) 
6 June 1901, by Robert Edward Leman, husband, 
Henry Seymour Trower and Percy Pence Trower, 
brothers, and Ethel Maude McSwiney, wife of William 
Daniel McSwiney, sister. 



A 



Florence Helen, 
born at 2 Chester 
Place, Hyde Park 
Square, on Sunday, 
17 ^L■^y, bapt. at St. 
James', Padding- 
ton, 10 July 1857 ; 
died, aged 14, at 36 
Gloucester Square, 
Hyde Park, on 
Friday, 5 January 
1872, bur. in Kensal 
Green Cemetery. 



i"S 



Charlotte, died, 

aged 6, on son of Christopher Teesdale of West 

U'ednesday, 27 Dean, co. Sussex); bapt. there; 

May 1829. educated at Harrow (admitted Easter 

1837) and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 3 June 1840, aged 17, 
B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847 ; Rector of 
Lamarsh, co. Essex, 1850; died at 
the Rectory, Lamarsh, 4 July 1892, 
bur. at Sennicotts, co. Sussex. Will 
dated 25 November 1887, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1224, 92) 20 December 
1892, by Christopher Teesdale, son. 



Rev. Charles Baker Teesdale (2nd=f=Elizabeth, born at 
~ Montagu Place, 

Russell Square, 
London, 10 Sep- 
tember 1825 ; marr. 
at Tandridge, co. 
Surrey, 6 June 
1850 ; died at Chi- 
chester, CO. Sussex, 
19 November, bur. 
at Sennicotts 24 
November 1913. 



Edward Trower, 
died, aged 19 
months, on Sat- 
urday, 30 May 
1829. _ 

Emily, born on 
Tuesday, 27 Au- 
gust 1833 ; died, 
aged 1 1 months, 
on Monday, 14 
July 1834. 



A 



Herbert Arthur Trower, born=j=Agnes Graham Dickson, marr. at Sydne)-, New South Wales, 



at Codsall, co. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 8 February, bapt. at 
Codsall I May 1853 ; educated 
at St. Paul's School, London, 
admitted 17 October 1867. 



Australia, 8 February 1879; died at Langton House, King's 
Road, Hove, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 3 January 1907. Adinon 
(with will dated 15 November 189S) was granted (Prin. Reg., 
498, 1907) 2 March t 907, to Herbert Arthur Trower, husband. 



Arthur Seyniour=j=Daisy Bassett, Major Reginald Graham Trower,=Elizabeth Claredge, 



Trower, born at 
Sydney, New 

South Wales, 15 
February 1880. 



marr. in New D.S.O., ALC, of 188 Avenida Vicuna youngest dau. of 
Zealand. M'Renna, Santiago, Chili ; Mining Alfred W. McCune 

Engineer,British Columbia,i899-i9oi, of New York; 

Africa 1902-1904, United States 1904 marr. in Paris on 
/^ -1905 and 1906-1909, England 1906, Wednesday, 23 

Canada 19 10, Peru 191 1, Bolivia and January 1918. 

United States 1912, Chili 1914-15 ; 

came to England December 1914; 

Lieutenant 9th Border Regiment 

January 1915, Lieutenant Tunnelling 

Company, France, May 1915 (D.S.O. 

1917, M.C.), Captain October 1915, 

Major I January 191 6. 



Eric Lawford Trower, M.C.,=Evelyn Mary, only dau. of Edith Frances Kemble, born at 
of Papeete, Taiiiti ; born in Charles Brooke Vertue of 21a Drayton Gardens, South 



April 1883 ; served 
European ^Var. 



in Courtlands, Esher, CO. Surrey; Kensington, London, on Friday, 
marr. at Esher 4 December 11 March 1892. 
1920. 



Edmund Kemble 
Trower, born at 
2 Chester Place, 
Hyde Park Square, 
London, 17 Octo- 
ber 1859, bapt. at 
St. James', Pad- 
dington, London ; 
died in January 
i860, bur. (with his 
grandmother Sey- 
mour) at Willesden, 
CO. Middlesex. 



\Villiam I3aniel McSwiney (youngest son of=i=Ethel Maude, of r 2 Oxford 
the Rev. John Henry Herbert McSwiney, j Square, Paddington ; born 
Rector of Barnoldby-le-Beck, co. Lincoln, | at 2 Chester Place, Hyde 
some-time English Chaplain at Kronstadt, ! Park Square, on Wednes- 
Russia) ; born 20 March 1861 ; Cornet 7th j day, 30 October 1861, 
(Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards 28 | bapt. at St. John's, Pad- 
November 1888, Captain 9 January 1898 ; j dington, 14 January 1862 ; 
served in China as Special Service Officer j marr. at St. Michael's, 
1900 (medal) ; in South African War 1900 | Paddington (by the Rev. 
-1902 (Queen's medal with five clasps) ; j Cuthbert Fetherston 
died 5 January, bur. in Kensal Green j Trower), on Monday, 4 
Cemeterv, London, 9 January 1906. M.L ' December 1899. 

A 
106 



Cyril Trower or= 
Sydney, NewSoutli 
Wales ; born at 
Codsall, CO. Staf- 
ford, 31 October 
1854, bapt. there 
I January 1855. 



=May Richardson, 
niarr. at Leicluirdt, 
New South W'ales, 
in July 1S85. 



Charles Teesdale of The 
Lodge, Mulbarton, co. 
Norfolk, 2nd son of the 
Rev. Ciiarles Baker Tees- 
dale ; born at the Rectory, 
Lamarsh, co. lissex, 26 
January 1858. y[^ 



= Fanny Marion (his cousin), 
born at Codsall 8 Feb- 
ruary, bapt. there 20 April 
1856 ; marr. at St. Mary-at- 
Hill, London, i October 
1884. 



I 



Hugh Charles Trower, 
born at (Jodsall 
January, bapt. thei 



May 1858; died 
March 1874, bur. 
Harlow, co. Esse.v. 



29 
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5 
at 



Arthur Trower of 25 Brittany Road, St.= 
Leonard's - on - Sea, co. .Sussex ; born at 
Hook, CO. York, 30 June, bapt. there 21 
Angu-il 1859 ; educated at Harlow .School 
and at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 
London ; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1884, L.R.C.P. ; 
Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps 
I June 1915, Captain 1916; attached to 
22nd Battalion Royal F'usiliers June to 
November 1915 ; afterwards Medical Ofilicer 
to various ^Var Hospitals in England. 



=Hilda Lilian, dau. of 
Richard Hall Say, by 
Ellen Hannah his wife, 
dau. of lulward Evans of 
Boveney Court, co. Buck- 
ingham ; marr. at St. 
Mary-at-Hill, London 
(by the Rev. Arthur 
Trower), on Wednesday, 
27 June 1888. 



Hugh Martin Trower, 
M.C., born at i Drayton 
'I'errace, South Kensing- 
ton, London, on Friday, 
15 March, bapt. at St. 
Mary at-Hill, London, 13 
April 1889 ; educated 
at Clifton College and 
Scholar of Exeter 
College, Oxford ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Middlesex 
Regmient 11 April 1915, 
Lieutenant 1916 ; served 
in European War 1916 
-17, M.C. at Cambrai 
(wounded). 



Geoffrey Say Trower, born 
at I Drayton Terrace on 
Saturday, 23 August, bapt. 
at St. Mary-at-Hill, London, 
20 September 1890 ; educated 
at Clifton College and at 
King's College, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1 909, B. A. 1 9 1 2 ; 
a Student at St. 15artholo- 
mew's Hospital, l^ondon ; 
Lieutenant Royal Army Medi- 
cal Corps 6 October 19 14, 
Captain 6 April 191 5 ; served 
in European War 19 15- 18 
(wounded). 



Albyn Kemble Trower, born at 12 
Moreton Garden.s, South Kensington, 
on Friday, 1 1 March, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, .South Ken.siiig- 
ton, 25 April 1892 ; educated at 
Clifton College and demy of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, matriculated Octo- 
ber 19 10, B.A. 1915 ; Lieutenant 
The Royal Sussex Regiment 29 
October 1914, Captain 9 June 1915 ; 
served in European War 191 5-1 6 
(wounded) ; invalided out of Army in 
1918. 



Cyril Arthur Ames Trower, born at 12 
Moreton Gardens on Friday, 30 June, bapt. 
there privately 18 July 1893; died the 
next day and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex. 



Ruth Madeline, born 
at 12 Moreton (har- 
dens on Saturday, 7 
July, bapt. at ' St. 
Mary's, The Boltons, 
2 August i8q.|. 



Kathleen Victoria, born 
at 12 Moreton Gar- 
dens on Sunday, 18 
July, bapt. at St. 
Mary's, Tlie Boltons, 
30 July 1897. 



Ursula"Beatrix, born 
at 12 Moreton Gar- 
dens on I'uesday, 19 
September, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, South Ken- 
sington, 4 October 
1899. 



Stephen Herbert Gerard Trower, born at 12 Moreton Gardens 
on Sunday, 16 September, bapt. at St. Peter's, Cranley 
Gardens, 29 September 1900 ; educated at Westerleigh 
School, St. Leonard'son-Sea, and at the Royal Naval Colleges 
at Osborne and Dartmouth; posted to H.M.S. " Benbow " 
January 1917, Midshipman same year, Sub-Lieutenant January 
1919; served in European War January 1917. 

107 



Rt. Rev. Gerard Trower, D.D., Bishop of North-West Australia ; 
born at Hook, co. York, in December i860, bapt. there 7 April 
1861 ; educated at Merchant Taylors' School and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated, i8 October 1881, B.A. (3rd-class 
Theology) 1885, M.A. 1888, Hon. D.D. ; Curate of St. Alban- 
the-Martyr, Birmingham, 1888-93 ; Curate-in-Charge of mission 
church, St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, 1893-95 ; Rector of Christ 
Church, Sydney, New South Wales, 1895-1901 ; Bishop of 
Likoma (Nyassaland 1908-10) 1901-10, and of North-West 
Australia 19 10. 



Evelyn, bornat Hook 26 June, 
bapt. there 24 August 1862 ; 
died, aged 24, at Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, on Saturday, 6 
November 1886, bur. inOck- 
lynge Cemetery, Eastbourne. 

Edith Maud, born at Bedford 
12 June 1864, bapt. at St. 
Peter's. Bedford. 



Margaret Parry^ 
Yates, marr. at 
Brisbane, Queens- 
land, in 1893; died 
2 June 1913, bur. 
at Townsville. ist 
wife. 



'Horace Trower, born at Filey, co.=j=Beatrice Muriel, dau. 



York, 24 P'ebruary 1866 ; educated 
I at Harlow College, co. Essex, and 
! at Merchant Taylors' School, Lon- 
don; Director of Lands and Chief 
Surveyor, Port Darwin, Northern 
Territory, Australia. 



of Christopher R. 
Clarke of Idalia, 
Bowen, Queensland ; 
marr. at Dowen 8 
August 1915. 2nd 
wife. 




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'^^r^- 



Eric Percy 
Trower, born 
at Hatcham, 
CO. Kent, 
24 December 
1868 ; died 4 
Januaryi876, 
bur. at Har- 
low.co. Essex. 



Cyril Melville Trower, 
born at Brisbane 25 
April 1894; educated 
at Brisbane Grammar 
School ; served with 
Australian Artillery in 
European War. 



Eric Melville Trower of 
Innisfail, Queensland ; born 
at Brisbane 25 February 
1896 ; educated at Brisbane 
Grammar School ; Dentist ; 
served with Australian Dental 
Corps in European War. 



Muriel Melville, Harold Melville 
born at Brisbane Trower, born at 
9 April 191 7. Bowen 28 June 

1920. 



108 




Sfiiin (Tiiui'iT. 




atson. formerly of 9^occstcr, 
CO. fetafforti. 



Stephen liakewell Watson of Manchester, 
CO. Lancaster (son of John Watson of 
Rocester, co. Stafford) ; bapt. at Rocester 
i8 December 1763; died in Manchester 
circa 1839-40 : he married Mary Backhouse, 
of Newhy Bridge, Windermere, co. AVest- 
iiiorland, and afl^'rwards of Bak._'W(:ll, co. 
Dcrhv. 



Arms on record in tlic Collei^e of Anns. 
Argent on a chevron cottised between 
three martlets azure an acorn between iwo 
crescents or. 

Crest. — In front of a gryphon's head 
erased or holding in the beak a sprig of 
oak proper a decrescent and an increscent 
in fesse sable. 

Motto. — Esto quod esse videris. 



Stephen Watson of The Manor= 
House, Rock Ferry, co. Chester ; 
born 22 February, bapt. at St. 
Ann's, Manchester, 7 June 
1707; died at The Manor 
House, Rock Ferry, 8 Novem- 
ber 1.S78, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Rock Ferry. Vvill dated 25 
October 1878, proved at 
Cliester 14 November 1878, by 
William Watson and Charles 
Sinclair Watson, sons. 



=Eliza Torrenza, dau. of 
William Smith, Judge 
of U.S.A. Court of 
Georgia: born at Charles- 
town, South Carolina, 
U.S.A. ; married there 
3 April 1832 ; died, 
aged 59, at Rock Ferry, 
on Sunday, 4 August 
1872, bur. at St. Peter's, 
Rock Ferrv. 



Henry Frederick Fox of=j=Ellen Maria, born at 
Bromborough.co.Chester; : Charleston, South Caro- 



died, aged 86, at Bank 
Dale, Bromborough, on 
Friday, 5 May 191 1, bur. 
at Eastham, co. Chester. 
Will dated 16 April 190S, 
with two codicils dated 16 
April 1908 and 9 Novem- 
ber 191Q, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 901, 11) 29 June 
1911, by AlexanderCame- 
ron Mitchell, Thomas 
Woodsend and I'rederirk 
Hynde Fox. 



/k 



lina, 27 October 1834; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Rock I'erry, 2 July 1862 ; 
died, aged 77, at Bank 
Dale, Bromborou;^h, on 
Saturday, 16 December 
191 1, bur. at I'lastham. 
Will dated 9 November 
1 910, proved (Prin. Reg., 
53, 12) 23 January 1912, 
by Frederick Hynde Fox 
and \ViltVed Stephen 
Fox, Surgeon, sons. 



I 
Stephen Watson= 
of 65 (jrosvenor 
Road,Claughton, 
Birkenhead, co. 
Chester, formerly 
of Valparaiso, 
Chile : born at 
Charleston 4 Au- 
gust 183S, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Charleston, South 
Carolina. 



=Dora, 2nd dau. of Ed- 
mund Luscomb White 
of Wolverhampton, co. 
Stafford, formerly of 
Valparaiso ; marr. at 
Valparaiso 3 March, 
and privately, according 
to the rites of the 
Church of England, 6 
March 1869 ; died 25 
April, bur. in Flaybrick 
Hill Cemetery, Birken- 
head, 28 April 1884. 




5^/<>^-7. 



3 



Eric Edmund Watson of 89 Brook Green,=f Edith Josephine, dau. of George Ernest Owen of 
Hammersmith, co. Middlesex ; born at ! Southport, co. Lancaster ; marr. at St. Clement 
Valparaiso 6 June 1870, bapt. at the | Danes', Strand, London, 24 November T906. 
Protestant Episcopal Church, Valparaiso. 



Stephen Everest Watson, born at Butterworth, Penang, 
Province of Wellesley, Straits Settlements, 21 December 
1 9 10, bapt. there. 

109 



Cyril Eric Watson, born at 
Swansea, co. Glamorgan, 14 
August 1916. bapt. there. 



John Watson, died 
at Charleston, South 
Carolina, U.S.A. 



William Bond of Alrewas, co.=f=Maria, marr. at St. JMary's Stock- 



Stafford (son of William Bond of 
Lichfield, co. Stafford) ; born 4 
March 1804; died 19 January 
1890, bur. at Alrewas. ^ 



port, CO. Chester, 6 September 
1838; died 19 November 1876, 
bur. at Alrewas. 



William Stock Bower=f=Amelia Rose, born at 



of Bromborough, co. 
Chester (son of William 
Bower of Rock Ferry, 
CO. Chester) ; born 6 
December 1839; died, 
aged 28, at Torquay, co. 
Devon, on Sunday, 3 
November 1867, bur. at 
St. Andrew's, Bebington, 
co.Chester. Will dated 3 
November 1867, proved 
at Chester 4 December 
1867, by Herbert Stock 
Bower, brother, and 
Charles Mervin Richard- 
son. /t\ 



Charleston 29 Novem- 
ber 1841 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Rock Ferry, 
I August i86i ; died 
at Shrewsbury Road, 
O.xton, CO. Chester, 2 1 
May 1885, bur. at St. 
Andrew's, Bebington. 
Will dated 28 October 
1884, proved at Chester 
6 August 1885, by 
Charles Sinclair \\'atson, 
brother, and Walter 
Cunningham. 



William Watson of 
Lancelyn, Bebington, 
CO. Chester ; born at 
Charleston 30 .'\pril 
1 843, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Ratcliffe Borough, 
Charleston ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Chester, 
High Sheriff 1906-7 ; 
died at Lancelyn, 
Bromborough, 4 Octo- 
ber 1909, bur. at Be- 
bington. Will dated 
22 April 1903, proved 
at Chester 10 February 
1 9 10, by Stephen 
Leonard Watson, son. 



=Jane Stock, elder 
dau. of AVilliam 
Bower of Rock 
Park, Rock Ferry ; 
born at Edge Lane, 
Liverpool, 26 June 
1837; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Rock Ferry, 
on Wednesday, 6 
September 1871. 



Alexander MacDonald= 
Paterson of Malvern, 
CO. Worcester (4th son 
of Thomas Simpson 
Paterson of Kirklands, 
Rock Ferry) ; born 25 
August 1867. 



I 



=Eliza Torrenza, 
born 5 January 
1873, bapt. at 
St. Peter's, Rock 
Ferry, 30 Jan- 
uary 1873; marr. 
at the parish 
church, Bebing- 
ton, on Thurs- 
day, 21 Decem- 
ber 191 1. 



CatherineYaddie, 
born on Christ- 
mas Day 1873, 
bapt. at St. 
Peter's, Rock 
Ferry, 2 2 January 
1874. 



George Percy= 
Stock Sanday of 
Puddington Hall, 
co.Chester, eldest 
son of Samuel 
Sanday of Pud- 
dington Hall, by 
Annie G. his 
wife, daughter of 
John Stock of 
Woolton, CO. 
Lancaster. 



=Harriet, born 
17 June, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, 
Rock Ferry, 10 
August 1875; 
marr. at the 
parish church, 
Bebington, on 
Thursday, 5 
August 1909. 



Charles Fox of Garway=Mildred, born at Valpa- Kenneth Watson, =Kate Alice Saker, 

Road, Bayswater, co. raiso,Chile, 12 September born at Valparaiso marr. at the Cathedral, 

Middlesex, 3rd son of 1871; marr. at Bidston, 22 December Shanghai, China, 7 

Edwin Goodhugh Fox of co. Chester, on Wednes- 1872. December 1909. 

Finchley, co. Middlesex, day, i March 1905. 



Harold Cunningham of Gateacre, Liverpool=j=Eliza Catherine, born at Charleston, South 



(son of Jamss Cunningham) ; born at 
Urmston, co. Lancaster, i6 October 1836, 
bapt. at the Collegiate Church, Manchester ; 
died 6 September 1907, bur. at Hale wood, 
CO. Lancaster, /\ 



Carolina, U.S.A., 30 May 1845 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Rock Ferry, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 
15 February 1871 ; died 17 December 1873, 
bur. at Halewood. 



Major William Ernest Watson, D.S.O. ; born 3 December 1876, bapt.= 
privately, and received into the church at St. Andrew's, Bebington, co. 
Chester, 2 January 1879; educated at Harrow 1890-92; 2nd Lieutenant 
6th Dragoon Guards 15 ^L^y 1897, Lieutenant 25 January 1899, Captain 
7 December 1901, Major 23 April 1910; served in South African War 
1899-1902 (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," lo September 
1901, Queen's medal with six clasps. King's medal with two clasps, D.S.O. 
1900); in European War, killed in action at Messines, France, 31 
October 1914. Will dated 17 August 1910, with codicil dated 6 August 
1914, proved (Prin. Reg., 1787, 17) 4 August 1917, by \Villiani Carstairs 
Douglas, Rice Miller and George Percy Stock Sanday. 



=Daisy Sillitoe, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas 
Stanley Treanor of 
Deal, CO. Kent ; 
born 17 April 1875 ; 
marr. at Bangalore, 
Madras, India, on 
Tliursday, 14 Sep- 
tember 1905. 



Monica Constance, born at Tempe, Orange 
River Colony, South Africa, 16 September 
1909, bapt. there. 



Nancy, born at Canterbury, co. Kent, on Friday, 
24 January 1913, Iwpt. at Canterbury 
Cathedral. 



Stephen Watson, 
born at Valpa- 
raiso, Chile, 26 
May 1874 ; died 
16 November 
1880. 



Roland Sinclair=Eva Mary, 2nd dau. of Geoflfrey Wat-= 

Watson, born at Charles Sanders of son, born at 

Valparaiso 7 West Ealing, co. Middle- Valparaiso 22 

December 1875. sex; marr. at Maryle- Octoberi878. 

bone Church, London, 

on Wednesday, 20 July 

1910. 



=Jean, dau. of 
Robert Law of 
Glasgow; marr. at 
St. George's-in- 
the-Fields, (Glas- 
gow, 5 October 
1 909. 



Hugh Sextus 
Watson, born 
19 September 
1S80. 



I 
Alan Septimus=^Grace Mary, dau. 



Watson, born 21 
February 188: 



of Samuel George 
Fisher of Notting- 
ham ; marr. 6 May 
1905; died 17 
December 1906. 



Norman Watson, 
born 2 I February 
1882 ; died 4 
February 1883, 
bur. at St. Peter's, 
Rock Ferrv. 



George Henry Watson, 
born 17 April, died 
27 April 1884, bur. 
in Flaybrick Hill 
Cemetery, Birken- 
head, CO. Chester. 



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Susannah Elizabeth, only dau. of= 
Morton Bond of Clifton, co. Derby, 
by Sarah his wife, dau. of George 
Harvey of Yoxall, co. Stafford ; 
born at Alrewas, co. Stafford, 9 
September 1841 ; marr. at Clifton on 
Tuesday, 10 August 1875; died at 
Birkenhead 10 February 1904, bur. in 
Flaybrick Hill Cemetery, Birkenhead. 
I St wife. 



Charles Sinclair Watson= 
of Sandycroft, Graham 
Road, West Kirby, co. 
Chester; born at 
Charleston, South Caro- 
lina, U.S.A., 15 October 
1847, bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Ratcliffe Borough, 
Charleston. 



=Amy Matilda, eldest dau. of 
George Brownell of Newfield, 
in the parish of Healey, 
Sheffield, co. York, and of 
Birkenhead, by Edith Helen 
Brown his wife, of Sheffield and 
of Valparaiso, Chile, South 
America ; marr. at St. Mark's, 
Birkenhead, on Tuesday, 30 
July 1907. 2nd wife. 



Henry Sinclair Watson, born at Richard Aylmer Coates,= 
Rock Ferry, co. Chester, 20 June son of Henry Aylmer 
1876, bapt. at St. Mark's, New Coates of Knockanally 
Ferry, co. Chester ; of Christ's House, co. Kildare. 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaehnas Term, 1895, B.A. 1898. 
Major (temporary) Electrical Branch 
of Air Ministry 1919. 



=Edith Torrenza, born at Oxton, 
Birkenhead, 10 March 1878, 
bapt. at Christ Church, Claugh- 
ton, CO. Chester ; marr. at 
the British Consulate, Tokyo, 
Japan, on Saturday, 7 April 
1917. 



Stephen Leonard Watson, born 8 November 1878, bapt. at St.= 
Andrew's, Bebington, co. Chester, 2 January 1879; educated at 
Harrow 1892-96; died, aged 35, at Tankersford, Tilford, Farnham, 
CO. Surrey, on Wednesday, 27 May, bur. at Tilford on Friday, 29 
May 1914. Admon (with will dated 22 November 1913) was granted 
(Prin. Reg., 1220, 14) 22 July 1914, to Martin Middleton Wilde. 



=Annie Dorothy, dau. of 
Walter Glyn of ihe 
Lydiate, Willaston, co. 
Chester; born 27 Au- 
gust 1883 ; marr. at 
Willaston on Thursday, 
23 July 1903. 



Claire, born at Hoylake, co. 
Chester, 12 April 1904, bapt. 
there. 



Michael Bower Watson, born 7 February, 
bapt. at the parish church, Heswall, co. 
Chester, 19 March 1907. 



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112 




'■ Anns on record in the College of Arms. 
Per chevron sable and argent a chevron 
per chevron between in chief two chaplets 
and in base a crescent all counterchanged. 

Crest. — A griffin's head couped and per 
chevron argent and sable charged on the 
neck with a chaplet as in the arms. 
, Motto. — Aninio et fide. 



iSurrougI)rs of Eong 

^tratton ji¥lanoi\ co. 

Jtorfolli. 

Rev. Ellis Burroughus of Long=f=Sarah Nasmyth, 



Stratton Manor, co. Norfolk (only 
son of the Rev. Randall Burroughes 
of Long Stratton, by Elizabeth 
Maria his wife, only dau. and heir 
of William Ellis of Kiddall Hall, 
in Elmet, co. York) ; of Queens' 
College, Cambridge, admitted 1782, 
B.A. (loth Senior Optime) 1786, 
M.A. 1789; Rector of Stowlangtoft, 
CO. Suffolk, 20 August 1790, of 
Sutton 6 February 1796 to 1804, 
and of Tasburgh, both co. Norfolk, 
17 December 1804; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk ; Lord of the Manors of 
Stratton Hall, Welham, and Reezes ; 
died, aged 67, at Long Stratton, 
24 December 1831. Will dated 
23 December 1829 to 28 September 
1831, proved (P.C.C. 268 Tenterden) 
4May 1832. 

(^For earlier Pedigree see " JVhies " 
to ^^ Visitation of Ettgiand and 
Wales," Vol. 12, page ^o.) 



only dau. of 
Robert Marsh 
of Tom bland, 
Norwich ; mar- 
ried on Tuesday, 
21 April 1795; 
died, aged 66, at 
Long Stratton 
on Sunday, 13 
May 1838. Will 
dated 21 April 
1838, proved 4 
September 1838 
(P.C.C. 572 
Nicholl.) 



Rev. Ellis Burroughes of Long=i=Elizabeth Phillips, eldest dau. of Lieut. -General Sir 



Stratton Manor; born 17 January 
1797; of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1818; J.P. and D.L. 
for CO. Norfolk ; Vicar of Thornham, 
CO. Kent, 7 February 1833 ; died, 
aged 58, at Nice, France, 13 March 
1854. Will dated 13 July 185 1, 
proved (P.C.C. 336, 54) 8 May 
1854. 



Francis Wilder, M.P. ; marr. at Binfield, co. Berks (by 
the Rev. Ellis Burroughes), on Tuesday, 16 September 
1823; died, aged 69, at The RLinor House, Long 
Stratton, on Wednesday, 30 October 1867. Will dated 
29 September 1867, proved at Norwich 15 November 
1867, by Randall Robert Burroughes, son, and the Rev. 
George Newnham Phillips, son-in-law. 



Ellis Phillips Burroughes, of the 35th Foot ; died, aged 19, at Baden Baden, Germany, 
on Thursday, 10 August 1843. 



Rev. Walter Burroughes of Morningthorpe, Uiana Charlotte. Mary, married at Morningthorpe 
CO. Norfolk ; of Clare Hall, Cambridge, on Thursday, g April 1840, 

B.A. 1820, M.A. 1823; died, aged 52, at Thomas Henry Barton of Long 

Hastings, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 5 De- Stratton, co. Norfolk, 

cember 1850. Will dated 31 December 
1842 and 15 March 1849, proved 21 
February 185 1 (P.C.C. 97, 51). 



Colonel Randall Robert Burroughes of= 
The Manor House, Long Stratton ; born 
I December 1827 ; Colonel 3rd Battalion 
The Norfolk Regiment; J. P. for co. 
Norfolk ; Lord of the Manors of Stratton 
Hall, Welham and Reezes ; died, aged 
60, at Florence, Italy, on Saturday, 5 
May 1888. Will dated 7 May 1885, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 512, 88) 29 June 
1888, by Randall Ellis Burroughes, 
uncle, Edmund Ironside Barnewall Bax 
and Charles Sewell. 



=Jane Sarah, eldest daughter of John Bax of the 
Bengal Civil Service, and of Twyford House, co. 
Essex; born 20 February 1832; married at the 
British Embassy, Paris, 10 April 1855 (marriage 
settlements dated 9 April) ; died at 30 Furness 
Road, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 18 February 1909. 
Will dated 8 November 1899, with codicil dated 
21 November 1904, proved (Prin. Reg., 546, 1909) 
27 April 1909, by Colonel William Ironside Bax 
and Captain Edmund Ironside Barnewall Bax, 
brothers. 



Jane Ethel, born at Long 
Stratton 29 December 1855 ; 
died, aged 6 months, at Long 
Stratton on Sunday, 29 June 
1856. 



Jane Lillian, of The Manor 
House, Long Stratton ; born 
there 25 November 1856. 



Edith Ironside, of The Manor 
House, Long Stratton ; born 
there on Saturday, 23 October 
1858. 



Mabel Frances, born at The Manor 
House, Long Stratton, on Monday, 
5 December 1859 ; died, aged 18, at 
Florence on Friday, 29 November 
1878. 



Amy Elizabeth, of The 
Manor House, Long 
Stratton ; born there on 
Monday, 6 May i86r. 



Violet Ellys, of The Manor 
House, Long Stratton ; 
born there on Thursday, 
4 January i856. 



114 



Robert Marsh Burroughes, 2 nd- 
offioer of the ship "Sir David 
Scott " ; died, aged 26, in the 
Straits of Sanda on Friday, 22 
March 1833. 



David James Ward (son of the= 
Rev. James Ward, D.D., by 
Elizabeth Maria his wife, dau. 
of the Rev. Randall Burroughes), 
Captain Marine Service. 



'Anna Maria, married 
at Holy Trinity, Tun- 
bridge Wells, CO. Kent, 
22 May 1851. 



Randall Ellis Burroughes of 
Norwich ; admitted a Solicitor 
Easter Term 1836 ; died, aged 
87, at 53 Thorpe Road, Thorpe, 
Norwich, on Friday, 17 June 
1898. Will dated 28 December 
1 89 1, with three codicils dated 
3 February 1897 to 2 December 
1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 996, 
98) 6 September 1898, by 
Kingston John Barton, gent., 
nephew, iJavid Watkin Hughes, 
Surgeon, and lohn Henry Watts. 



Rev. John Fairfax Francklin (eldest son of=j=Julia, marr. at 
the Rev. Fairfax Francklin of Attleburgh, co. | Long Stratton, 
Norfolk) ; of Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. I co. Norfolk, on 
1827, M.A. 1832, Fellow; Perpetual Curate Wednesday, 
of New Buckingham and Rector of West 13 May 1835. 
Newton, both co. Norfolk ; Vicar of Whaplode, 
CO. Lincoln, 1859 ; died at Whaplode 23 
February 1883. Will dated 14 January 1870, 
with codicil dated 2 October 1877, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 125, 83) 23 February 1883, by 
Julia Francklin, relict, and Fairfax John 
Francklin and Lloyd Fairfax Francklin, sons. 



Sarah, died, aged 82, at Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, on Tuesday, i September 1891. 
Will dated 4 July iSl)o, proved at Norwich 7 January 1892, by Kingston John Barton, 
nephew, and David Watkin Hughes. 



Rev. Richard Gay Lucas (5th= 
son of the Rev. Gibson Lucas of 
Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk) ; 
of University Ccjllege, O.xford, 
matriculated 4 November 1833, 
B.A. 1S37, M.A. 1867, Post- 
master of Merton ; Rector of 
Mulbarton with Kenningham, 
CO. Norfolk, 1842 ; died, aged 75, 
at Mulbarton Rectory on Tues- 
day, 2 June 1891. Will dated 
15 March 1880, with codicil 
dated 22 May 1891, proved at 
Norwich 27 July 1891, by 
Charles FVank Lucas and 
Charles Belgrave Lucas, the 
nephews. 



=Caroline Eliza- Rev. George Newnham=Frances Sarah, 
beth, married Phillips (3rd son of the married in 
at St. John's, Rev. \Villiam Joseph (Jeorge 1850 (marriage 
Padding ton, PhillipsofEling, co. Hants) ; settlements 
London, on of Merton College, Oxford, dated 30 Oc- 
Tuesdav, 25 matriculated 9 June 1832, tober 1850). 
June 1850. aged iS, B.A. 1836, M.A. 

1845 ; Vicar of Eling, 

1863-70 ; died at Stoke 

d'Abernon, co. Surrey, 15 

September 1870. Will 

dated 6 November 1867, 

with codicil dated 20 April 

1869, proved (Prin. Reg., 

75 1) 7°) 5 November 1870, 

by Frances Snrah Phillips, 

the relict. 



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Cfjoruburj). 



William Henry Thornbury (2nd son of the Rev. Nathaniel Thornbury, 
Rector of Avening, co. Gloucester, by Mary his wife, dau. of 
Nathaniel [?] Webb); born 9 January 1784; of Oriel College, Oxford, 
matriculated 2 December 1800, B.A. 1805, M.A. 1813; died in 
185 1. He married Jane Willis. 



Matilda, dau.=pColonel Nathaniel Henry Thornbury, born in 1806; Colonel 4th IJombay 

of Isaac Bar- \ Native Infantry ; Secretary to the Bombay Military Board ; died on a voyage 

rington ; born 1 to Australia, aged 73, in June 1881. He married 3rdly Louisa Jane, dau. of 

at Bally Coyly | Robert Kelly, who was buried at Gravesend, co. Kent. 

Castle, CO. 

Wexford, ist 

wife. 



George Arden Mallock (son of John Mallock) ;= 
born at Weymouth, co. Dorset, 17 February 
1827 ; Lieutenant 2Sth Madras Native Infantry 
18 December 1846, Captain (retired) ; died 19 
August 1896. 



= Grace, born 29 June 
1847 ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Brighton, co. 
Sussex, on Thursday, 
6 October 1892. 



William Henry Thornbury= 
of Tullyleige, co. Limerick; 
born circa 1836; died at 
Kimberley, South Africa, 
17 June 1872. 



William Fox-Russell= 
of Newry House, 
Holyhead, Isle of 
Anglesey (2nd son 
of John Ruiisell of 
Glenview, co. Lime- 
rick ) ; born 2 1 Octo- 
ber 1863 ; educated 
at Trinity College, 
Dublin, M.D. 1889. 



=Bessie, eldest dau. of Henry Collins of White- Alice, born 
haven and of Khandalla, St. Bees, both co. 1835 ; died 
Cumberland, by Maria his wife, dau. of Joseph 1847. 
Jefferson ; marr. at St. James', Whitehaven, on 
Wednesday, 18 April i860. 



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in 



=Ethel Maria, born 
17 February i86i, 
bapt. at Glin, co. 
Limerick ; marr. 
at St. Jude's, 
Gray's Inn Road, 
London, on Tues- 
day, 19 April 
1892. 



Charles Keswick Bowes, M.D., of= 
Byculla, 2 Marine Crescent, Heme 
Bay, CO. Kent (2nd son of John 
Bowes of Heme Bay) ; born at 
Heme Bay in 1863 ; educated at 
Epsom and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 4 June 1881, aged 18, 
Scholar 1881-85, B.A. 1885, M.A., 
M.B. 1889, B.Ch. 1889, M.D. 1897 
(Honours: 2nd-class Mathematical 
Mods. 1883, 2nd-class Mathematics 
1885), a Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, Fellow Royal Institute of 
Public Health ; Surgeon- Captain 
I St Volunteer Battalion East Kent 



=AIice Maud, 
born 9 Jan- 
uary 1863, 
bapt. at Glin ; 
marr. at St. 
Jude's, Gray's 
Inn Road, 
London (by 
her uncle, the 
Rev. William 
HenryBond), 
on Saturday, 
7 I December 
1889. 



A 



Regiment 23 January 1904. 



A 



116 



Frederick Tht)rnbury,=j=Mary Ann Elizabeth, only dau. of Peter 
Lieutenant 6th Foot Patterson, Captain 6th Regiment ; marr. at 
15 June 18 1 5, Captain Chatham, co. Kent, on Wednesday, 17 July 
54th Foot 23 February 1833. 

1831- A 



Charles Thombury. 



Ellen Margaret. 



Samuel Garrett of 13 Nottingham Place, =j=Clara, born in 

Marylebone, London, and of Gower House, India 20 July 

Aldeburgh, co. Suffolk (4th son of Newson 1848 ; marr. 

Garrett of Aide House, Aldeburgh, J. P., by at SuUington, 

Louisa his wife, dau. of John Dunnell of co. Sussex, on 

Dunwich, CO. Suffolk ; born at Aldeburgh 20 Wednesday, 

November, bapt. at Snape, co. Suffolk, 21 13 September 

December 1850; of St. John's College, Cam- 1882. 
bridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1869, 
Fellow of Peterhou.se, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, 
M.A. 1876. 



Louisa Kate, 
born 6 Sep- 
tember 1849. 



Edward Barton 
Thombury, born 
23 November 
1850 ; married 
Pauline Frei of 
Ziirich, Switzer- 
land. 



(See Pedigree of Garrett, Vol. j, /'axe 144.) 



Fraiik Thombury, born 15 Septem- Ellen Margaret, born 4 Muriel Ruby, born 15 June 

ber 1875. March 1878; died in 1894. 1885. 

Edward Stanley Thombury, born 24 Pauline Bertha, born 4 Gladys Irene, born 17 June 

August 1876. July 1880. 1888. 



Bruce Thorn'uury,=j=Helen, eldest dau. of Henry 
born in February Josepii Madge of Swansea, co. 
Glamorgan, by Elizabeth his 
wife, dau. of Henry Heal : 
born 14 April 1856; marr. at 
St. James', Swansea, on Mon- 
day, 10 April 1882 ; died on 
Tuesday, 2 November 1897, 
bur. at Aldeburgli. 



1852 ; died at 
Aldeburgh, co. 
Suffolk, aged 42, 
on Wednesday, i o 
January 1894, bur. 
there. 



Frank Thornbury,= 
born 29 Sep- 
tember 1853 ; 
of Winchelsea 
House, Mines De- 
partment, Johan- 
nesburg, South 
Africa. 



Brian '['hornbury, Ixirn at 19 Sherriff Road, West 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Tuesday, 16 July 
1889 ; educated at Horton Hall, co. Bedford, and 
on board H.M.S. "Britannia"; Midshipman 15 
September 1906, Sub-Lieutenant 30 December 1909, 
Lieutenant 19 12. 



=Mary, 3rd dau. of 
the Rev. James 
C'hataway, Rector of 
Rotherwick, co. Hants, 
by Elizabeth Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Drinkwater ; 
bom 9 February 1861 ; 
marr. at St. James', 
Vancouver, British 
Columbia, on Wed- 
nesday, 23 March 
1892. 



Ccestiale* 



Arms. — Sable a thistle or between three pheons argent. 

Crest. — Out of a dacal coronet a dexter arm in armour embowed charged 
below the elbow with an est'iile the hand in a gauntlet holding 
an arrow fessewise point to the dexter all proper. 

Motto. — Aninicc capaces mortis. 



Christopher Teesdale of Sennicots, near Chichester,=f=Barbara Anne, dau. of 



CO. Susse.x (son of Christopher Teesdale, Lieut. 
Colonel Sussex Light Dragoons, by Elizabeth Baker 
his wife) ; born in 1781 ; died at Bognor, co. Sussex, 
27 April 185s, bur. at Sennicots. 



Louis Francis Josepii 
Lautour ; died in 1863 ; 
bur. at Sennicots. 



Major Christopher 
Teesdale, born in 
1810 ; Ensign 3rd 
Dragoon Guards 1 1 
July 1826, Lieu- 
tenant 15 June 
1830, Captain i 
June 1832, Major 
12 May 1843 ; died 
in 1866, bur. in 
Brompton Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middlesex. 



Rev. Charles Baker Teesdale, born= 
at Binderton, West Dean, co. 
Sussex, 29 July 1822, bapt. at 
West I^ean ; educated at Harrow, 
admitted Easter Term 1837, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, matricu- 
lated 3 June 1840, aged 17, B.A. 
1844, M.A. 1847 ; Rector of 
Lamarsh, co. Essex, 1850 till his 
death ; died at the Rectory, Lamarsh, 
on Monday, 4 July 1892, bur. at 
Sennicots. Will dated 25 Novem- 
ber 1887, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1224, 92) 20 December 1892, 
by Christopher Teesdale, son. 



^^^^ A/^ ^^^a^-J 



=Elizabeth, sth dau. of 
George Trower of 13 
Russell Square, London, 
by Isabella his 2nd wife, 
eldest dau. of Thomas 
Kemble of Clapton, co. 
Middlesex, and Gobion's 
Park, CO. Hertford ; born 
at Montagu Place, Russell 
Square, London, 10 Sep- 
tember 1825 ; marr. at 
Tandridge, co. Surrey, 6 
June 1850 ; died at 
Chichester, co. Sussex, 
19 November, bur. at 
Sennicots 24 November 
1913- 

{See Pedigree of Troiver, 
page 106.) 



Other 

issue 
died in 
infancy. 



Isabella, born at 
Southlands, near 
Godstone, co. 

Surrey, on Tues- 
day, 8 April 1851 ; 
died at 6 West- 
gate, Chichester, 
on Monday, 1 9 
December, bur. at 
Sennicots on Fri- 
day, 23 December 
1910. 



Christopher Teesdale of= 
Sennicots and of Lamas, 
CO. Norfolk ; born at 
Monk's Lodge, Great 
Maplestead, co. Essex, 
on Thursday, 27 Jan- 
uary 1853, bapt. at 
Great Maplestead; 
educated at Wellington 
and at St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 27 
May 187 1, aged 18, 
Scholar 1871-76, B.A. 
1876. 



=Eniily, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Abraham Vernon HuL;hes- 
Hallett, British Chaplain at 
Bruges, Belgium, by Mary 
Charlotte his wife, dau. of 
the Rev. Edward Hodgson, 
Vicar of Ricksmansworth, co. 
Hertford ; marr. at the Hotel 
de Ville, Bruges, 29 December 
1892, and afterwards at the 
Anglican Church (by her 
cousin, the Rev. Francis 
Henry Hodgson). 



Barbara, born 
at the Rectory, 
Lamarsh, on 
Sunday, i 7 Sep- 
tember 1854; 
died at Sutton, 
CO. Surrey, on 
Sunday, 28 June 
1896, bur. at 
Benhilton, co. 
Surrey. 



118 



Charles Teesdale= 
of The Lodge, 
Mulbarton, co. 
Norfolk ; born 
at the Rectory, 
Lamarsh, co. 
Essex, 26 Jan- 
uary 1858 ; died 
14 March 19 18, 
bur. at Mul- 
barton. 



Fanny Marion (his cousin), 4th dau. of Bessie, born at Ethel, born at 

the Rev. Arthur Trower, Rector of St. the Rectory, the Rectory, 

Mary-at-Hill, with St. Andrew Hubbard, Lamarsh, on Lamarsh, on 

London, by jane his wife, 4th dau. of Friday, 9 Sep- Wednesday, 15 

Edward Lawford of Eden Park, Becken- tember 1859; October 1862; 

ham, CO. Kent; born at Codsall, co. died 9 Decem- died in 1865, 

Stafford, 8 February, bapt. there 20 April ber 1919, bur. bur. at Bruges, 

1856; marr. at St. Mary-at-Hill, London, at Bledlow, co. Belgium. 

I October 1884. Buckingham. 

(See Pedigree of Trower, 
page 107.) 



Tressie Evalena Kendall, of Spokane,=Christopher Hugh-pStella Beth Grafa, of 
Washington, U.S.A. ; marr. at Cceur d'Atene, Teesdale, born at Cleburne, Texas, U.S.A. ; 
Idaho, U.S..'\., 31 October 1909; died in Eltham, co. Kent, marr. at Cleburne 12 March 
November 191 1. ist wife. in April 1886. I 1917. 2nd wife. 



Stella Evelyn, born at Fort 
Worth, Texas, 15 April iqi8. 



Evelyn, born 
at Eltham 
9 November 
1887. 



Arthur Charles Philip Herbert Teesdale, M.C., bom 13 January 1894 ; 2nd 
Teesdale, born Lieutenant Royal Artillery 18 July 1913, Lieutenant 9 June 
at Eltham 30 1915, Captain 8 July 1917 (mentioned in despatches, 
January 1891. "London Gazette," 4 January 1917, and Lord Haig's 
despatch 16 March 1919, M.C.) 



119 



Elizabeth, dau. of= 
William Winfield ; 
married at Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middle- 
sex, in 1893 ; died 
at Hampstead 26 
August 1894 ; bur. 
there, ist wife. 



=George Teesdale,; 
born at the Rec- 
tory, Lamarsh, co. 
Essex, on Thurs- 
day, 4 August 
1864; educated at 
Haileybury. 



Betty, born 8 
August 1894. 



=Maud Emily, 2nd dau. of= 
the Rev. Alexander Ben- 
jamin Alexander, Rector of 
Shedfield, co. Hants ; marr. 
at Shedfield 17 April 1901 ; 
died at Thames Ditton, co. 
Surrey, 23 January 1902, 
bur. at Shedfield. 2nd wife. 



Barbara, born 16 
January 1902. 



=Maud, eldest dau. of 
Henry Bradshaw Pear- 
son of Driffield, co. 
York ; born at Driffield 
12 February 1876 ; 
marr. at Richmond, co. 
Surrey, 29 September 
1906. 3rd wife. 



Rev. Edward James Teesdale, born=Mary Dorothea, elder dau. of the Rev. Canon 



at Bruges, Belgium, 13 May 1866; 
educated at Marlborough ; non- 
collegiate of Oxford, matriculated 
17 October 1885, B.A. tS88; Vicar 
of Bledlow 1916. 



John \\'illiam Cockshott, Rector of Stretham, 
CO. Cambridge ; marr. at St. James', Stretham, 
on Tuesday, 9 November 1897 ; died 21 
November 191 9, bur. at Bledlow. 






HARRINGTON. 

Arms. —Argent three chevronels gules a label of three points azure. 

Crest. — A hermit's bust in profile vested and having on the head 
a cowl paly of six argent and gules. 

Supporters. — Two griffins' wings elevated or each gorged with a 
label of three points azure. 

Motto. — Honesta quam spendida. 



iSaittngton. 



Rev. George Barrington, Viscount Barrington, D. IX (youngest= 
son of Major-General the Hon''''' John Shute Barrington, by 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Florentius Vassall, see "Azotes" 
to " Visitation of England and U'a/es," Vol. ij, page jj) ; 
born in London i6 July 1761; educated at Westminster, 
admitted 1774, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
17 June 1778, B.A. 17S2, M.A. 14 January 1785; Vicar 
of Grantham, co. Lincoln, 1791 ; Prebendary of North 
Grantham in Salisbury Cathedral 1786-1802, and of 
Durham 1796 ; Rector of Sedgefield, co. Durham ; succeeded 
his brother Richard as 5th Viscount in January 1814; died, 
aged 67, at Rome, on Thursday, 5 March 1829. Memorial 
^^'indow in the chancel of the church at Stutton, co. 
Suffolk. Will dated 9 January 1824, with two codicils 
dated 27 November 1S26 and 27 November 182S, proved 
(P.C.C. 518 Liverpool) 7 September 1829, by Elizabeth, 
Dowager Viscountess Barrington, the relict. 



=Elizabethj 2nd dau. of Robert 
Adair of Stratford Place, Maryle- 
bone, London, by Lady Caroline 
(Keppell) his wife, 2nd dau. of 
William Anne, 2nd Earl of Albe- 
marle, K.G. ; marr. 12 February 
1788; died, aged 72, at Shriven- 
ham, CO. Berks, on Tuesday, 2 
March 1841. Memorial Window 
in chancel of the church at 
Stutton. Will dated 24 Novem- 
ber 1838, proved (I'.C.C. 386, 
41) 2 June 1841, by William 
Keppell, Viscount Barrington, 
and the Hon'"'" Augustus 
Barrington, sons. 



William Keppel Barrington, Viscount Barrington, = 
born in London i October 1793; educated at 
Westminster, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 28 May 1811, B.A. 1814; M.P. for 
CO. Berks 4 August 1837 to 21 March 1857 ; J. P. 
and D.L. for the comities of Berks and Durham ; 
Vice-Lieutenant co. Berks, 1860-61 ; Chairman 
Great \Vestern Railway Com[)any 1856-57 ; suc- 
ceeded his father as 6th Viscount 5 March 1829 ; 
died, aged 73, at Beckett House, .Shrivenham, on 
Saturday, 9 February 1867, bur. at Shrivenham. 
Will dated 28 February 1861, proved (Prin. Reg., 
15°) 67) 13 March 1867, by Jane Elizabeth, 
Dowager Viscountess Barrington, the relict. 



=Hon'''= Jane Elizabeth (Liddell), 4th dau. of 
Thomas Henry, ist Baron Ravensworth ; 
born 29 September 1804; Lady of the Bed- 
chamber to Adelaide, the Queen Dowager; 
married by special licence in Portland Place, 
Marylebone, London, 21 April 1823; died, 
aged 78, at 20 Cavendish Square, London, on 
Friday, 23 March, bur. at .Shrivenham on 
Thursday, 29 March 1883. \\"\\\ dated i 
February 1873, with three codicils dated 
29 March 1877 to 7 May 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 379, 83) 3 May 1883, by George 
William, Viscount Barrington, son. 



George William Barrington, Viscount Barrington and Baron= 
Shute ; born in Lower Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London, 14 February 1824 ; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 20 October 1841 ; 
D.L. for CO. Berks 1852; Lieutenant Royal Wiltshire \ eo- 
manry Cavalry; M.P. for Eye July 1866 to April 1880; 
Vice-Chamberlain to the Household 1874-80; sworn a 
Privy Councillor 2 March 1874; Captain of H.M.'s Body- 
guard of Yeomen of the Guard June 1885-86; Captain 
of the Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms August to November 
1886; sometime Priv.ite Secretary to the Earl of Derby 
when Prime Minister; succeeded his father as 7th Viscount 
9 February 1874 ; created a Peer of the United Kingdom 
15 April 1880, as Baron Shute of Beckett, co. Berks; 
died at Grimsthorpe, co. Lincoln, on Saturday, 6 November 
1886, bur. at Shrivenham. Will dated 29 December 
1862, proved (Prin. Reg., 92, 87) 10 February 1887, by Isabel 
Elizabeth, Dowager Viscountess Barrington, the relict, and 
Thomas Price, cousin. 



=Isabel Elizabeth, only child 
of John Morritt of Rokeby 
Park, CO. York, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Peter Baillie 
of Dochfour, co. Inverness ; 
marr. at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 19 February 
1846; died, aged 71, at 39 
Devonshire Place, Marylebone, 
London, on Tuesday, i 
February, bur. at Shrivenham 
on Friday, 4 February 1898. 
Will dated 9 February 1887, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 128, 98) 
28 February 189S, by the 
Hon'''" Florence Barrington, 
spinster. 



124 



Captain George Barrington, R.N. ; born 20= 
November 1794; Lieutenant Royal Navy 
16 May 1814, Commander 7 December 1818, 
Captain 27 March 1826, retired 4 April 1833 ; 
M.P. for Sunderland 14 December 1832 to 
4 April 1833 ; a Lord of the Admiralty 8 June 
1832 ; Ciirsitorand Sieward of the Halmotes 
of CO. Durham ; died, aged 40, at Addison 
Road, Kensington, London, 2 June 1835. 
Admon granted (P.C.C.) 20 July 1S35, to 
Lady Caroline Barrington, the relict. 



=Lady Caroline (V. A.), 3rd dau. of Charles, 2nd 
Earl (key, K.G. ; born 30 August 1799 ; marr. 15 
January 1827 ; a Bedchamber Woman to Queen 
Victoria, and Governess to her children January 
1851 to death ; Member of the Royal Order of 
Victoria and Albert (3r(l-class) ; died at Kensington 
Palace, London, on Wednesdaj-, 28 April 1875. 
Will dated 19 August 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 
468, 75) 21 June 1875, by Charles George 
Barrington, son. 



Charles George Barrin'^ton, C.B., born 27 October 1827; educated= 
at Charterhouse, admittted 10 November 1837, left 17 January 
1844, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 4 
April 1845, M.A. 1848; Clerk in the Treasury 1848; Gentleman 
Usher of the Scarlet Rod i86i ; Private Secretary to Viscount 
Palmerston 1856 and to Earl Russell 1866 ; Auditor of the Civil 
List and Assistant Secretary at the Treasury 1848-88: C.B. 21 June 
1887 ; , died, aged 83, at 5 Evelyn Mansions, Carlisle Place, West- 
minster, 'on Saturday, 22 April, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery on 
Wednesday, 26 April 191 1. Will dated 31 May 1897, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 862, ii) 8 June iqir, by Mary Caroline Barrington, 
the relict. 



=Mary Caroline, of 5 
Evelyn Mansions, Car- 
lisle Place, Westmin- 
ster, dau. of Richard 
I-dward Gore-Sellon, 
of the 2 1 St Bengal 
Native Lifantry; marr. 
at St. George's, Han- 
over Square, London, 
on Saturday, 15 May 
1897. 



Percy Barrington, \'iscount Barrington. born in Lo\ver=j=Louisa, only dau. and heir of Tully 



Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London, 22 April 1825 ; 
educated at Eton and at Christ ("hurch, Oxford ; J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Buckingham, High Sheriff 1S64; D.L. for co. 
O.xford ; Lieutenant the Rifle Brigade and the Royal Scots 
Fusiliers 1841-45, afterwards Captain Oxfordshire Militia 
and Hon. Colonel ist Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers; 
succeeded his brother as 8th Viscount 7 November 
1886 ; died at Westbury Manor, co. Buckingham, on Mon- 
day, 29 April, bur. at Brackley on Friday, 3 .May 1901. Will 
dated 8 May 1895, with two codicils dated 3 January 1889 
and II June 1900, proved (Prin. Reg., 824, 1901) 5 July 
1901, by Walter Biilkeley. Vi.icount Harrington. ^ 



Higgins ; marr. by special Ucence 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London (by the Rev. the Hon'''' 
Lowther John Barrington), on 
Thursday, 3 July 1845; died, 
aged 59, at Westbury Manor, on 
Tuesday, 17 June 1884, bur. at 
Brackley. \\'ill dated i October 
1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 539, 84) 
23 July 1884, by the Hon'''' I^ercy 
]5arrington, the husband. 



( /^<ir issue see page / 7J. ) 



Lawrence Hesketh, Baron Haldon and a Baronet; born at Haldon= 
House, lixeter, co. Devon, 6 September 1846; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 14 October 1864; Lieutenant Berkshire 
Yeomanry 1879-82 ; formerly Lieutenant ist Royal Devonshire Regiment 
and Lieutenant Scots Guards; LP. for co. Berks; succeeded his father 



(Lawrence) as 2nd Baron and 5th Baronet 23 March 



died, aged 57, at 



34 Cloncurry Road, Fulham Palace Road, London, on Thursday, 31 December 
1903, bur. in [''ulham Cemetery in January 1904. Will dated 27 December 
1901, with codicil dated 31 December 1901, jjioved (Prin. Reg., 51, 1904) 
21 January 1904, by the Hon'''" Lawrence Charles Walter Palk, son, and 
Robert \Villmott Henry Mallet I'alk. Barrister-at law, cousin. ^ 



Constance Mary, 
born at Beckett 
House, Shriven- 
ham, CO. Berks, 
on Saturday, 16 
January 1847 ; 
marr. at Shriven- 
hain 7 October 
1868. 



Samuel Shute Perceval 
Barrington, born at 
Sedgefield, co. Dur- 
ham, lo February 
1796 ; Lieutenant 
Coldstream Guards ; 
killed in the battle of 
Quatre Bras 16 June 
1815. 



John Robert 

Barri n g t o n, 
born 1 2 Feb- 
ruary 1797; 
died, aged 7, 
30 November 
1804. 



Augustus Barrington, D.C.L., born 19 July 1798; 
educated at Charterhouse, admitted 181 2, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, matriculated 29 April 1815, B.C.L., 
Fellow All Souls' College 1822, D.C.L. 1827 ; called to 
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1823 ; died unmarried, aged 62, 
at 12 Eaton Place, Pimlico, London, on Wednesday, 
16 May i860. Will dated 6 July 1848, with two 
codicils dated 10 March 1853 and 30 March 1857, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 363, 60), 19 June 1S60, by the 
Hon'''^ George William Barrington, nephew, and the 
Rev. the Hon''''^ Lowther John Barrington, nephew. 



Augustus Barrington, born 
17 March 1829; died in 
1831. 



George William Barrington, born 
in August 1830; died in March 
1833- 



A daughter, born in March 
1832 ; died two days later. 



Thomas George, Earl of Strathmore and= 
Kinghorn; born at Paul's Warden, co. Hert- 
ford, 28 September 1822; of the ist Life 
Guards 1844-46; Lieut.-Colonel Forfarshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1856-62 ; succeeded his 
grandfather (Thomas) as 12th Earl 22 August 
1846; died, aged 42, at Glamis Castle, co. 
Forfar, on Wednesday, 13 September 1865. 



=CharIotte Maria, bom at 
Shrivenham, co. Berks, 29 
December 1826; marr. at 
Shrivenham (by the Rev. the 
HonW-^ Robert Liddell) on 
Tuesday, 30 April 1850; died, 
aged 27, at Florence, Italy, 
on Friday, 3 November 1854. 



Caroline Isabella, 
born 12 Decem- 
ber 1827 ; killed 
by falling from a 
carriageandbeing 
run over, aged 6, 
24 February 1834. 



George Grimster, 3rd Earl of Craven, born 16 March 1841 ;=j=Evelyn Laura, Florence, born 
educated at Harrow, admitted Easter 1854; Ensign Scots I born at Shriven- at 20 Caven- 
Fusilier Guards 9 March i860. Lieutenant 12 June following, j ham House on dish Square 
Captain (retired) 1866; Captain Warwickshire Imperial ! Sunday, 16 July London, on 
Yeomanry Cavalry 19 September 1867; J. P., D.L., and Lord 1848; marr. at Tuesday. 17 
Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum for co. Berks, 1881 ; High Shrivenham 17 September 
Steward of Newbury; D.L. for co. Warwick; succeeded his January 1867. 1850; Sister 
father (William) as 3rd Earl 25 August 1866; died, aged 42, of the Com- 
at Ashdown Park, co. Berks, on Friday, 7 December 1883. I muni ty of 
Will dated i July 1870, with three codicils dated 13 June to St. Mary the 
21 October 1883, proved (Prin. Reg., 371, 84) 26 May 1884, Virgin, Wan- 
by Evelyn Laura, Countess of Craven, the relict, and the tage,co. Berks. 
Hon''''= Albert William Craven, brother, George William, Earl 
of Coventry, and George Henry, Earl of Cadogan. A 



126 



& 



Hon'''=Thomas Liddel!,= 
2nd son of Thomas 
Henry, ist Baron 
Ravensworth ; born 
in September 1800; 
educated at Eton, 
admitted 1S14; died, 
aged 55, at Nice, 
France, 9 March i8s6. 
Will dated 17 luly 

1855, proved (P.(":.C. 
305, 56) 16 April 

1856, by the Hon'-'^' 
Caroline Elizabeth 
LiddeU, the relict. 



=Caroline Elizabeth, born 
5 October 1799; marr. at 
.Slirivenham,co. Berks, 28 
February 1843; died, 
af^ed 90, at 3 Granville 
I' lace, Portman Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 4 
iVIarch 1890. Will dated 
23 November 1886, with 
codicil dated 2 1 January 
1889, proved (I'rin. Reg., 
201,90)31 March 1890, 
by the Hon'''"' Bernard 
Eric Edward Harrington, 
neuhew. 



Russell Barrington= 
of Hetton Hall, 
CO. Durham, and 
Elmfield Park, 
Doncaster, co. 
York; born 2 5 July 
1801 ; of Oriel 
College, O.xford, 
matriculated 15 
May 1819; BA. 
1822 ; died 15 
February 1835. 



'Maria Jane Bowes, only dau. of 
John Lyon of Hetton Hall, by 
Anne his wife, dau. of Harrington 
Price ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on 
Tuesday, 25 September 1832; 
died, aged 57, at 4 Chester Place, 
Chester Square, London, on 
Thursday, 2oJuly 1871. Adiiion 
(with will dated 28 March 1861) 
was granted (Prin. Reg., 531, 71) 
II August 187 1, to Francis 
Lyon Barrington, son. 



Mary, born at Beel 
House, CO. Buck- 
ingham, on Tues- 
day, 8 October 
1S33 ; died 26 
November 1837. 



I 
Francis Lyon Barrington ot Hetton Hall; born 20 November 1834; died, aged 42, 
at Napoleon Villa, Wellington Road, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on ^londay, 
15 January 1877, bur. at Shrivenliam, co. Berks. Will dated i December 1876, 
\>-ith codicil dated 9 January 1877, proved (Prin. Reg., 89, 77) 5 February 1877, by 
Robert Heale Gamlen, Josiah Burdett and George William, Viscount liarrington. 



D 



Rt. Hon'''^ Sir Algernon Edward ^Vest of Wanborough Manor, co. Surrey, G.C.B. (3rd = 
son of Martin John West, Recorder of Lynn, by Lady Maria his wife, 3rd dau. of 
Horatio, 2nd Earl of Orford) ; born 4 April 1832 ; educated at Eton, admitted 1844, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 23 May 1850; Captain Middlesex Rifles; 
entered the Inland Revenue Department 1851 ; sometime Private Secretary to Sir 
Charles' Wood (afterwards Lord Halifax), to Lord Ripon at the Lidia Office, and to 
the Rt. Hon'''= William Ewart Gladstone, when First Lord of the Treasury ; Deputy 
Director of Indian Military Funds ; Commissioner of the Board of Inland Revenue 
1873-77, Deputy Chairman 1877-81, Chairman 1881-92; Gentleman Usher of the 
Privy Chamber 1886; sworn a Privy Councillor 1894; C.B. 27 October 1880; 
K.C.B. 3 August 1886; G.C.B. 1902; J. P. for the counties of Middlesex and 
Surrey; Alderman London County Council 1898; Director of the Union Bank of 
London, and Northern Assurance Company, and of the City and Waterloo, and Baker 
Street and Waterloo Railways. 



=Mary, born 27 

May 1833 ; marr. 

at St. James', 

Westminster ^by 

the Rev. the 

Hon'''= Lowther 

John Barrington), 

on Thursday, 12 

August 1S58 ; 

i died, aged 6t, at 

j St. James' Palace 

! on Wednesday, 

20 June 1894. 



Alfred Urban Sartoris, 4th .son= 
of Urban Sartoris of Sceaux, 
Paris ; born 14 December 
1826 ; educated at Eton, ad- 
mitted 1841 ; Captain (l\ieen's 
Westminster Rifle Volunteers, 
formerly of the 16th Light 
Dragoons and Captain 7th 
(Queen's Own) Hussars ; 
J. P. for the counties of 
Berks and 
Sheriff of the 
1886; died, 



1 7 Queen's 
Kensington, 
Tuesday, 5 
Will dated 2 
proved 
1909) I 



the Hon'''= Mary 
Sartoris. the relict. 



(Gloucester, 

latter county 

aged 81, a't 

( late Place, 

London, on 

January 1909. 

, Augu.st 1895, 

(Prin. Reg., 289, 

Febuary 1909, by 

Frances 



A 



=Mary Frances, born 
in Cavendish Square, 
Mary lebone, London, 
on Tuesday, i June 
1830; married at 
Shrivenham (by the 
Rev. the Hon'''* 
Robert Liddell) on 
Tuesday, 28 October 
1856 ; died, aged &t„ 
at 17 Queen's Gate 
Place, Kensington, 
on Saturday, 1 1 Oc- 
tober 1913. Will 
dated 1 1 February 
1910, proved (Prin. 

l<-egv 1945. "3) 'J 
December 1913, by 
Francis Charles 

Sartoris. son. 



I . 
James Charles Herbert Welbore=f=Caroline Susan 



Ellis, 3rd Earl of Normanton ; 
born 17 September 1818; of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1841 ; Lieutenant Royal Wiltshire 
Yeomanry; J. P. and D.L. for 
the counties of Wilts and Hants ; 
M.P. for Wilton 6 October 1841 
to I July 1852 : succeeded his 
father (Welbore Ellis) as 3rd Earl 
26 August 1868; died, aged 78, 
at 22 Ennismore (lardens, Ken- 
sington, on Saturday, 19 De- 
cember 1896. Will dated 20 
November 1895, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 319, 97) 3 March 1S97, by 
Caroline Susan Augusta, Dowager 
Countess of Normanton, the 
relict, and Charles George 
Barrington. C.B. 



Augusta, born 21 
October 1834; 
married at St. 
George's, Hanover 
Square, London, 
9 A\n\\ 1856 ; 
died, aged 80, at 
22 Ennismore 
Gardens, Ken- 
sington, 13' Jan- 
uary 19 1 5. \Vill 
dated7 Junei897, 
proved (Prin. 
l^eg., 935, 15) 4 
May 1915, by Sid- 
ney James, Earl of 
Normanton, son. 



A\ 



William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth, D.C.L., 
F.R S., F.S.A. ; born in parish of St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, 29 November 
1784 ; M.P. for Milborne Port, co. Somerset, i 
31 January to November 1810; Colonel i 
Staffordshire Militia 15 April 1812 ; Director j 
of the iiritish Institution and Counsellor of 
Kinj^'s College, London ; F.R.S. 7 November 
1822; succeeded his father (George) as 4th 
Earl 2 November 1810; died, aged 68, at 
Patshull, CO. Stafford, on Tuesday, 22 No- 
vember 1853. Will dated 5 November 1849, 
proved (P.C.C. 104, 54) 2 February 1854, 
by \Villiam Keppell, Viscount Barrington, 
William Walter, Earl of Dartmouth, son, and 
the Rev. the Hon'''' Henry Legge, brother. 
He married istly 5 April 1821, Lady 
Frances Charlotte, elder dau. of Charles 
Chetwynd, 2nd Earl Talbot ; born at Ingestre, 
CO. Staftbrd, 17 May 1801 ; died, aged 22, 
4 October, bur. at Holy Trinity, Minories, 
London, 17 October 1823. 



=Frances, borfi 
20 October 
1802 ; marr. at 
Florence, Italy 
(by her father), 
on Saturday, 
25 October 
1828; died, 
aged 46, at 
St. James' 
Square, Lon- 
don, 12 August 
1849. 2nd 
wife. 



A 



Rev. Henry Bur-= 
ton, 2nd son of 
Henry Burton ; of 
ChristChurch, Ox- 
ford, matriculated 
10 May 1822, B.A. 
1826, M.A. 1831 ; 
Rector of Upton 
CressettjCO. Salop, 
1829; Vicar f)f 
Atcham and of 
Candover, co. 
Salop, 1 83 1 to 
death; Rural 
Dean ; died, aged 
70, at Shrewsbury, 
6 September 1873. 
Admon was gran- 
ted at Shrewsbury 
22 October 1873, 
to Robert Henry 
Lingen Burton, 
nephew. 



=Charlotte Beksyse, 
born 30 March 
1804; married at 
St. George's Han- 
over Square, London 
(by the Rev. the 
Hon'''' Lowther John 
Barrington), on 

Tuesday, 28 January 
1 845, marriage settle- 
ments dated 27 
January ; died at 
Atcham on Monday, 
16 June 1873. Will 
dated 15 August 
1864, with codicil 
dated 1 1 June 
1873, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 100, 74) 
18 February 1874, 
by James Hamilton 
Lloyd-Anstruther. 



Alice Emily, born at the Parsonage, Chesham Bois, co. Buckingham, i March 1839 ; died unmarried, 
aged 74, at Avondale, Fulham, co. Middlesex, on Monday, i December, bur. at Stanmer, co. Sussex, 
on Friday, 5 December 1913. Will dated 26 October 1912, proved (Prin. Reg,, 168, 14) 11 
February 1914, by Russell Henry Barrington, brother, Constance Mary Kate Pelham, cousin, and 
Amelia Nugent, spinster. 



The Rt. Hon'''' and Most Rev. William Dalrymple Maclagan, Archbishop=f=Augusta Anne, born 
of York, P.C, D.C.L., D.D., LL.D., Primate of England and Metropolitan ; at Beckett House, 
(son of David Maclagan of Edinburgh, M.D., Physician to the Forces j Shrivenham, co. Berks, 



in the Peninsular War, by Jane his wife, dau. of Philip Whiteside, M.D.) 
born at Edinburgh 18 June 1826; Ensign 51st Native Infantry, Madras, 
10 May 1847, retired as Lieutenant 15 March 1852 ; of St. Peter's College, 
Cambridge, admitted 14 December 1852, B.A. 1857, M.A. i860, D.D. 
1878, Hon. Fellow 1891 ; Hon. LL.D. Leeds 1904; Hon. D.C.L. Durham; 
Prelate of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; Rector of 
Newington, co. Surrey, 1869-75; Vicar of Kensington. London, 1875-78 



on Tuesday, 2 1 June 
1836 ; married at 
Shrivenham (by her 
uncle, Rev. the Hon'''' 
Robert Liddcll), on 
Tuesday, 1 2 Novem- 
ber 1878; died at 



15 Queen's Gate Place, 
Kensington, on Friday, 
17 December 1915. 
Will dated 7 March 
1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 296, 16) 4 Feb- 



Prebendary of Culverland in St. Paul's Cathedral 1878 ; consecrated Bishop 

of Lichfield 1878; translated to York 1891 ; died, aged 84, at 15 Queen's 

Gate Place, Kensington, London, on Monday, 19 September, bur. at Bishop- 

thorpe, CO. York, on Friday, 23 September 1910. Memorial Service at 

St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, and at York Minster, at the same 

time. Will dated 23 December 1904, with codicil dated 5 December 1907, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 1443, 10) 12 October 19 10, by the Hon'''' Augusta ; ruary 1916, by Eric 

Anne Maclagan, the relict, Charles Patrick Dalrymple Maclagan, nephew, Robert Dalrymple 

and the Hon*"'' Walter Bernard Lewis Barrington. He married istlyatHoly Maclagan, son. 2nd 

Trinity, Paddington, London, 14 April i860, Sarah Kate, younger dau. of wife. 

George Clapham of Great Baddow, co. Essex, who died, aged 26, at 17 

Pembridge Place, Bayswater, London, on Thursday, 3 July 1862. /K 



128 



Rev. Lowtlier John Barriiigtoii, born 17 July= 
1805 ; educated at the Ch.itteihouse, ad- 
mitted 1818, and at Oriel Co'.lcye, Oxford, 
matriculated 22 October 1822, B.A. 1825, 
M.A. 1829 ; Rector of Watton-nt-Stone, co. 
Hertford, 1850-86, afterwards of Chesham 
Bois, CO. Buckingham, and of West Tytherley, 
CO. Hants, Hon. Canon of Rochester and of 
St. Albans, Chaplain to the Rt. Rev. Joseph 
Barclay, Bishop of Jerusalem. 1879-81, 
Registrar of the Diocese of Durham; died, 
aged 91, at 57 Stanhope (hardens, Kensington, 
London, on Wednesday, 10 March 1807, bur. 
at Stannier, ro. Sussex \Vill dated 6 August 
1891, with codicil dated 15 December 1893, 
proved (I'rin. Reg., 384, 97) 28 April 1897, by 
Russell Henry Rarrington, son, and the Hon'''= 
Thomas Henrv William Pelhani. 



=I.ady Catharine Georgina 
(Pelham), 5th dau. of Thomas, 
2nd Earl of Cliichesler, by Lady 
Mary Henrietta Juli.ma his wife, 
dau. of Francis Godolphin, 5th 
Duke of Leeds, K.G. ; born at 
Stanmer Park, co. Sussex, 21 
July 1814; marr. at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 26 October 
1837; died, aged 70, at 56 
Marina, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, 
CO. Sussex, on Sunday, 18 
January 1885, bur. at Stanmer. 
Will ilated 25 November 1884, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 210, 85) 
20 March 1885, by Russell 
Henry Barrington, son. 



Francis Daines 
B arring t o n, 
born 20 March 
1807 ; died 25 
February 1808 



Russell Henry Barrngton, born= 
at the Rectory, West Tytherley, 
3 Sepember 1840, bapt. at West 
Tytherley ; died at Herd's Hill, 
Langport, co. Somerset, on Fri- 
day, 3 April, bur. at Curry 
Rivel, CO. Somerset, on Satur- 
day, 8 April 1916. Will dated 
26 May 1914, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1008, 16) 16 June 1916, 
by iimilie Isabel Barrington, 
the relict. 



=Emilie Isabel of Herd's Hill, Langport, and of Melbury 
House, Kensington, London, youngest dau. of the Rt. Hon'''^ 
James Wilson, M.P. ; married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London (by the Rev. the Hon''''^ Lowther John Barrington;, 
on Wednesdrw, 1 July 1868, marriage settlements dated 30 
June; A»rtist ; Trustee of Leighton House; Member of the 
Council of the National Trust ; former President of the Girls' 
Realm Guild, founded by the Bishoj) of London ; Author 
of "The Reality of the Spiritual Life," "Lena's Picture,' 
" Helen's Ordeal," " Life, Letters and Work of Frederick 
Leighton (Lord Leighton), President Royal Academy,'' 
"Reminiscences of George Frederick Watts, R..A., O.M.." 
"Life of her brother-in-law, Walter Bagehot" 1914, and 
" Essays on the Purpose of Art," 191 1. 



Ivo Pelham Barrington, 
born at The Poplars, 
\Vimbledon Common ; 
died in infancy at Wim- 
bledon, CO. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 12 September 
1S7!, bur. at the parish 
churcli, Wimbledin. 



Ida v'Tcraldine, dau. of=Guy Barrington,^ 
W. John Ford : marr. at born at Wimble- 
Curry Ri\el on Tues- 
day, 4 June 1907 ; died 
on S.iturday, 23 De- 
i;cmber, bur. at Curry 
Kivel on Thursday, 28 
Dcceml)cr 1916. ist 
wife. 



don on Monday. 
12 April 1S69, 
bapt. at the 
parish church, 
Wimbledon. 



=Nettie Malcolm, 
youngest dau. of James 
Malcolm Stewart ; marr. 
at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, London, 
on Thursday, 4 April 
191S. 2nd wife. 



Charles Balfour of Newton Don, co. Berwick (younger son of=j=Adelaide,bornat Beckett House, 
James Balfour of Whittinghame, East Lothian, by Lady Eleanor Shrivenham, co. Berks, on 
his wife, dau. of James, 8th Earl of Lauderdale) ; born 27 August 
1823; J. P., D.L. ; died, aged 48, at Holly Grove, Windsor, 
CO. Berks, on Friday, 5 July 1872. He married 2ndiy at 
St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, London, 13 July 1865, Minnie 
Georgiana, dau. of Colonel the Hon''''' George Augustus 
Frederick Liddell. ! 

A 
129 



Saturday, 19 June 1839; marr. 
at Shrivenham on Wednesday, 
28 November i860; died at 
Newton Don on Sunday, 23 
Februarv 1862. rst wife. 



Henry Frederick Francis Adair Harrington, = 
born 28 July 1808; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 18 19, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
matriculated 6 June 1827, B.A. 1830, M.A. 
1833; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 
1835 ; President of the Criminal Court, British 
Kaffraria ; Member of Legislative Assembly 
and J. P. for Cape Colony; died, aged 73, at 
Portland, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, 
on Saturday, 25 March 1882. Will dated 
13 March 1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 3, 84) 
I January 1884, by John Wildman Shute 
Barrington, son. 



=Mary Georgiana, of Trimley, co. Suffolk, dau. of 
Colonel Wright Knox, 87th Regiment; niarr. at 
Walcot Church, Bath, co. Somerset (by the Rev. 
the Hon''''-' Lowther John Barrington), on Tues- 
day, 25 July 1848; died at Sunnymeade, Clare- 
mont Avenue, Woking, co. Surrey, on Thursda)', 
25 February, bur. in Lansdowne Cemetery, Bath, 
on Tuesday, 2 March 1909. Will dated 15 
February 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 540, 1909) 
5 April 1909, by Idonea Maria Foakes, wife gf 
Edward Lindsay Ashley Foakes, Henry Oldham 
Soulier and Miinter Macdonald Bickingsale. 



Rev. Ythil Arthur Barrington, born at the= 
Rectory, West Tytherley, co. Hants, 14 January 
1843 ; educated at Eton and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, matriculated 22 October 1862, B.A. and 
M.A. 1869 ; Rector of West Wickham, co. Kent, 
1876-1884, Curate of St. Luke's, Chelsea, 
CO. Middlesex, 1884-1890; Vicar of St. Mary- 
le-Tower, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 1890 until his 
death ; died at Knightsbridge, London, on Sun- 
day, 10 April, bur. at Ipswich on Friday, 15 April 
1904. Will dated 23 February 1903, with codicil 
dated 2 March 1903, proved (Prin. Reg., 725, 
1904) 7 June 1904, by Malcolm Ythil Barrington, 
son, and Lawrence Grant, genl. 



=Clarisse Marie Gabrielle, 
only dau. of George Vanier 
of Compiegne, France ; 
marr. at Watton-at-Stone, 
CO. Hertford (by the father 
of the bridegroom, assisted 
by the Rev. George William 
Corker), on Wednesday, 
27 April 1870; died at 
Sunnyside, Ipswich, on 
Sunday, 5 April, bur. at 
St. Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 
on Thursday, 9 April 1896. 



Walter Pelham 
Barrington, born 
at the Rectory, 
West Tytherley, 
25 June 1844; 
died 19 Februarv 
1845- 



Sir William Au;;ustus 
Curzon Barrington of 
17B Great Cumberland 
Place, London, 

K.C.M.G. ; born at 
Beckett House, Shriven- 
ham, CO. Berks, on Fri- 
day, 28 January 1842 ; 
educated at Cheam 
and Woolwich, and at 
Mannheim and Bonn, 
Germany ; of the Diplo- 
matic Service 2 April 
i860, retired i August 
1904; K.C.M.G. I 
January 1901 ; Jubilee 
medal 1897 and the 
Coronation medal 1902. 



Sir Bernard Eric Edward Barrington, K.C.B. ;=C h r i s t i n a, 

born in London 5 June 1847 ; educated at Eton ; youngest dau. 

a Clerk in the Foreign Office 7 February 1867, Senior of William 

Clerk I January 1894; Private Secretary to the Graham of 

Marquess of Salisbury, the Earl of Iddesleigh, and Burnt shields, 

the Marquess of Lansdowne, successive Secretaries of co. Renfrew ; 

Stale for Foreign Affairs ; Assistant Under Secretary married at 

of State for Foreign Affairs 10 February 1906-1907; St. Paul's, 

attached to Special Mission to Berlin 1878 ; C.B. 25 Knightsbridge, 

May 1889, K.C.B. 26 June 1902 : Jubilee medal 1897 London, on 

and the Coronation medal 1902; died, aged 70, at Monday, 24 

The Old Lodge, Wimbledon Common, co. Surrey, February 1879. 
on Sunday, 24 February 19 18. Will dated 22 Feb- 
ruary 1918, proved in the Principal Registry 9 April 
1918, by the Hon''''= Christina 13arrington, the 
relict, the Hon'''^ Walter Bernard Louis Barrington, 
great-nephew, and Beresford Rimington Heaton. 



130 



James Hamilton Lloyd - Anstruther of Hintlesham Hall, co.= 
Suffolk (younger son of General Robert Anstruther, by Charlotte 
Lucy his wife, only dau. of Lieut. -Colonel James Hamilton of the 
Coldstream Guards) ; born in Edinburgh 20 December 1S06 ; educated 
at Sandhurst; J.F. and D.L. for co. Suffolk, High Sheriff 1852; 
Lord of the Manor of Hintlesham ; sometime Captain 46th 
Regiment of Foot; assumed by Royal Licence dated 17 April 1837 
the additional name of Lloyd ; died, aged 76, in St. Alban's Place, 
St. James', London, on Sunday, 23 December 1882. Will dated 14 
July 1870, with two codicils dated 19 July 1871 and 5 February 1874. 
proved (Prin. Reg., 99, 83) 15 February 1883, by the Rev. the Hon'''^ 
Lowther John Bairrington. He married istly at Debden Hall, co. Essex, 
on Tluirsday, 6 December 1838, Georgiana Charlotte, 2nd dau. of 
the Hon^^ Merrik Lindsey Peter Burrell of Stoke Park, co. Suffolk, 
wlio died at B.nlcaskio, co. Fife, on Sunday, 17 September 1843 
(see /'gdi'xree oj Gwydyr, Vol. 12, page ijg.) 



=Georgiana Christiana, 
born 9 May 1810 ; marr. 
at Shrivenham, co. 15erks 
(by the Rev. the Hon''''^ 
Lowther John Barring- 
ton), on Monday, i No- 
vember 1847 ; died at 
South Cliffe, Felixstowe, 
CO. Suffolk, on Monday, 
II July 1881. Adinon 
was granted at the Prin- 
ci[)al Registry 1 1 October 
1881, to James Hamilton 
Lloyd- Anstruther, the 
husband. 2nd wife. 



John Wildman .Shute Barrington, born at Port- Jane, born in 

land. Cape Colony, an Thursday, 29 November April 185 1 ; 

1849; died unmarried at I'ortland, on Monday, died in infancy. 
23 September 1901. 



Henry Robert Shute 
Barrington, born at Portland 
on Monday, 14 June 1852. 



Fiorina Elizabeth Jane, born at Portland, 
Cape Colony, on Saturday, 26 November 
1853 ; died at 55 Brook Green, FLam- 
mersmith, co. Middlesex, on Monday', 

29 July, bur. at Watton, co. Hertford, on 
Thursday, i August 191 2. Will dated 

30 April 1912, proved (Prin. Reg., 1789, 
12) 5 December 1912, by Idonea Maria 
Foakes, wife of Edward Lindsay .'\shley 
Foakes, sister. 



I 
Samuel Willliam= 
Percy Gordon 

Shute Barrington 
of Thain Farm, 
Port Haney, Eraser 
River, British Co- 
lumbia ; born 24 
November 1855. 



=Emily Mary, youngest dau. of John 
Montagu, Secretaryto the Colonial 
Government, Cape of Good Hope, 
by Jessy his wife, dau. of Lieut.- 
General Edward Vaughan Worsley, 
R.A. : marr. at St. Jude's, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Wednesday, 29 April 
1896 ; marriage dissolved in 19 10. 



Sybil Ada, Ernest Calver Mason of Ipswich, =i=Isabel Maria Constance, 

born 22 CO. Suffolk (2nd son of George j born 6 June 1872, bapt. 

February Calver Mason of Broadwater, [at Doncaster, co. York; 

187 1. Ipswich, by Lsetitia Maria his 1 marr. at St. Luke's, Chel- 



wife, dau. of Charles Williams) ; 
born at I[)swich 18 July, bapt. 
at St. Peter's, Ipswich, 22 
August 1870 
Ipswich School 



sea, CO. Middlesex (by her 
father, assisted by the Rev. 
Canon Edward William 
educated at ' Chapman), on Wednesday, 
28 January 1903. 



(Foi' issue sec Pedigree of Masou, 
Vol. IS, page 133.) 



Malcolm Ythil 
Barrington, born 
in 1879 ; marr. 
12 November 
1907, Raie, 2nd 
dau. of Henry 
Jacobs. 



Rev. Thomas Mills (3rd son of Thomas Mills of Great= 
Saxham Hall, co. Suffolk, by Susannah his wife, dau. 
and coheir of Christopher Harris of Bellevue, co. 
Devon); born 17 November 1791 ; educated at Eton 
and at Christ Church, O.xford, matriculated 23 
October 1810, B.A. 1814; Rector of Stutton, co. 
Suffolk, 6 September 182 1 (for 58 years), of Little 
Henny, co. Essex, 1829-79, ^nd of Great Saxham, 
CO. Suffolk, 5 May 1830; Chaplain to Kings 
George III., George IV., William IV., and Queen 
Victoria; Hon. Canon of Norwich 1859; died, 
aged 87, at the Rectory, Stutton, on Monday, 
29 September, bur. at Stutton 6 October 1879. 
Memorial brass in the chancel. Will dated 7 October 
1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 161, 80) 2 February 
1 880, by the Hon^^ Elizabeth Frances Mills, the 
relict, John Harman and the Rev. Barrington 
Stopford Thomas Mills, son. He married istly, 
12 April 1 81 5, Ann, younger dau. of Nathaniel 
Barnardiston of The Ryes, Sudbury, co. Suffolk ; 
she died 7 May, and was bur. at Stutton 15 
May 1827 {see Pedigree of Barnardiston, Vol. 8, 
page 42). 



=Elizabeth Frances, 
born 18 October 
181 1 ; married at 
Shrivenham, co. Berks 
(by the Rev. the 
Hon''''' Lowther John 
Barrington), on Tues- 
day, 1 3 December 
1836; died, aged 74, 
at Hill House, Hat- 
field, CO. Hertford, on 
Monday, 26 July, bur. 
at Stutton 3 1 July 1 886. 
Will dated 22 Novem- 
ber 1879, with four 
codicils dated 22 No- 
vember 1879 to 5 
February 1885, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 730, 86)21 
August 1886, by John 
Harman and Natha- 
niel Barnardiston. 
2nd wife. 



Arthur Decimus 
Barrington, born 
at Sedgefield, 
CO. Durham, 23 
August 1814; 
died, aged 12, on 
Easter Day, 27 
March 1826. 
Memorial win- 
dow in the chan- 
cel of the church 
at Stutton. 



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Francis Henry Newdigate, eldest son of= 
William Henry Newdigate of Forest Hall, 
Knysna, Cape Colony, by Caroline his wife, 
eldest dau. of Thomas Henry Duthieof Belvi- 
dere, Kny-^^na ; born at Belvidere, Knysna, 
7 April 1852, bapt. there; marr. at Rondes- 
bosch. Cape Colony, i P"ebruary 1890; died 
on Thursday, 31 May 1900, from wounds 
received the previous day at Douglas, South 
Africa, when tending the wounded with Sir 
Charles Warren's force, ist husband. 

{See Pedigree of Newdigate, Vol. 7, page 
55, and Addenda, Vol. 8, page xiv.) I 



=Katherine Caroline,= 
born at Bath, co. 
Somerset, on Sun- 
day, 19 May 1 86 1. 



=Lieut.- Colonel James Mere- 
dith Maurice of Portland, 
Knysna, Cape Colony (youn- 
gest son of Price Maurice 
of Brighton, co. Sussex) ; 
Captain 4tli Battalion The 
King's Own (Royal Lan- 
caster) Regiment 19 January 
1887 ; Major i February 
1896; Lie ut.-Col onel 
retired ; marr. i 7 December 
1902. 2nd husband. 



CommanderEdwardLindsay^Idonea Maria, born at 



Ashley Foakes of Sunny- 
meade, Woking, co. Surrey 
(only son of W. H. Foakes) ; 
Commander Royal Navy, 
Lieutenant 31 October 
1895 ; Nautical Adviser 
General Post Ofifice. 



Melville, near Cape 
Town, on Friday, 21 
August 1863; marr. 
at St. Mary's, The 
Boltons, South Ken- 
sington, London, on 
Wednesday, 8 April 
1896. 



John Hardie Stewart= 
of Salisbury, Rhodesia 
(grandson of William 
Stewart of Stewart 
River, British Colum- 
bia) ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Old Woking, 
CO. Surrey, on Thurs- 
day, 14 October 1909. 



=Gabrielle Carlotta, 
born at George 
Town, Cape of 
Good Hope, South 
Africa, on Thurs- 
day, 13 February 
1868. 



'3-! 



Percy Barrington,=f=Louisa, only dau. and 



Viscount Barrington 
{see page 125). 



heir of TuUy Higgins. 



George Augustus Campbell of Market House, Brackley,= 
CO. Northampton, and of 46 Wilton Crescent, Belgrave 
Square, London (2nd son of Colonel George Herbert 
Campbell, J. P., D.L., by Louisa his wife, dau. of R. H. 
Co.x) ; born in 1847. 



=Alice Louisa, born i September 
1 846 ; married at Westbury, co. 
Buckingham, on Thursday, 23 July 
1868. 



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Mary Isabella, 2nd dau. of= 
the Rev. Richard Bogue, 
Vicar of Denbury, co. 
Devon ; marr. at Cocking- 
ton, CO. Devon, on Tuesday, 
26 April 1870 ; died at 40 
Harrington Gardens, South 
Kensington, London, on 
Monday, 16 November, 
bur. at Shrivenham, co. 
Berks, on Thursday, 19 
November 1903. Memorial 
Service at Holy Trinity, 
Brompton. Admon was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 7 December 1903, 
to Walter Bulkeley, Vis- 
count Barrington. istwife. 



'Walter Bulkeley Barrington,= 
Viscount Barrington of Ardglass 
CO. Down, and Baron Barrington 
of Newcastle, co. Dublin, in 
Ireland, and Baron Shute, of 
Beckett, co. Berks, in the 
United Kingdom ; born at Tus- 
more Park, co. Oxford, on 
Thursday, 20 April 1848 ; 
educated at Eton ; Ensign and 
Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 
8 May 1867 ; Captain Oxford- 
shire Militia ; J. P., D.L. and 
County Councillor for Shriven- 
ham division, co. Berks; J. P. 
for the counties of Northampton 
and Buckingham ; Patron of the 
living of Westbury ; succeeded 
his father as 9th Viscount 29 
April 1 90 1. 



•Charlotte Mary Leycester, elder 
dau. of George Montagu Stop- 
ford, Major Royal Engineers, by 
Caroline Mary his wife, dau. of 
Field-Marshal Sir John Fox 
Burgoyne, Baronet, G.C.B.; born 
at 8 Gloucester Gardens, Hyde 
Park, London, on Monday, 5 
February 1855; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, on 
Thursday, 19 January 1905. 
She married istly by special 
licence at the Chapel Royal, 
Hampton Court Palace, 23 
February 1881, John Arden 
Birch who died, aged 43, at 
Hampton Court Palace, 29 
December 1896. 2nd wife. 



Hon'''' Eustace Robert South-= 
well Fitzgerald of Efifingham, 
CO. Surrey (5th son of John 
David, Baron Fitzgerald of 
Kilmarnock, co. Dublin, 
LL.D., by Jane Matilda his 
2nd wife, dau. of Lieut. - 
Colonel Arthur Francis 
Southwell) ; born at 7 
Merrion Square, Dublin, on 
Thursday, 2 April 1863; of 
Trinity College, Dublin. /f\ 



=Maude Louisa, 
born at Westbury 
Manor, co. Buck- 
ingham, on 

Wednesday, 25 
January 1871 ; 
marr. at Buck- 
land, CO. Berks, 
6 August 18S9. 



John Charles Evelyn Hope= 
Brooke of Boddington House, 
Byfield, co. Northampton 
(son of John Brooke Brooke 
[formerly Johnson], sometime 
Rajah Aluda of Sarawak, 
Borneo, by Annie his wife, 
dau. of John Grant of 
Kilgraston, co. Perth) ; bom 
in 1858; J. P. for CO. 
Northampton. 



'Violet Mary, 
born at West- 
bury Manor on 
Friday, 3 May 
1872 ; marr. at 
Shrivenham 27 
April 1892. 



A 



^li 



Abraham John Robarts of Tile House; LilHngstone-Dayrell, co.=j=Edith, born 5 June 

Buckingham, and of 29 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London (eldest sbn 1850 ; marr. at West- 

of Abraham George Robarts of London, Banker, by Elizabeth Sarah his 

wife, dau. of John Henry Smyth); born 15 December 1838; of Christ 

Church, Oxford, matriculated 15 October 1856, B.A. 1859; J. P. and 

D.L. for CO. Buckingham, High Sheriff 1869; Captain Buckinghamshire 

Yeo manry. ^/^ 



bury, CO. Buckingham, 
on I'uesday, 1 7 August 
1869. 



William Reginald 
Shute Barrington, 
born at Westbury 
Manor, co. Buck- 
ingham, on Wed- 
nesday, 23 July 
1873 ; of Trinity 
Hall, Cambridge, 
matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 
1892 : Captain 
(Hon. Major 1909) 
3rd Battalion 
0-xfordshire and 
Buckinghamshire 
Light Infantry 
(Special Reserve) 
1897 ; J. P. for CO. 
Berks. 



Manor on Wed- 
nesday, 22 July 
1874 ; marr. at 
Shrivenham, co. 
Berks, on \Ved- 
nesday, 28 March 
1894. 



Major- General Sir Reginald Salmond Curtis, K.C.M.G.,^=Hilda Margaret, 
C.B., D.S.O. (eldest son of Major-General Reginald born at Westbury 
Curtis, R.A., by Marianne Emma his wife, elder dau. of 
James Salmond of Waterfoot, co. Cumberland, and 
of Langton Hall, co. Nottingham) ; born at Shoebury- 
ness, CO. Esse.x, on Saturday, 21 November 1863; 
educated at Cheltenham and at the Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich ; Lieutenant Royal Engineers 28 
July 1883, Captain 1891, IMajor (by brevet 1896) 1900, 
Lieut. -Colonel (by brevet) 1902, Colonel (by brevet) 20 
February 1907 ; employed with the Egyptian Army 
II February 1891 to 7 February 1893; A.D.C. to Major-General Royal 
Engineers, South Africa, g October 189910 i August 1900; Chief Staff 
Officer South African Constabulary 1903-1905, Inspector- (ienera! 1905 
-1908; served in the Soudan 1S91, at the capture of Tokar PVbruary 1891 
(bronze star with clasp, 4th-class Medjidie) ; in the Asbanti E.xpedition 
1895-96 as Director of Telegraphs (honourably mentioned, brevet of Major, 
star); in the South African War 1899-1902 on Staff, afterwards l>irector 
of Army Telegraphs (mentioned in despatches, " London Ciazette," 16 April 
1901 and 29 July 1902, brevet of Lieut. -Colonel, Queen's medal with five 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps); D.S.O. 29 November 1900, C.M.G. 
1908, K.C.M.G. 1917, C.B. 1915; Member of the Inter-Colonial Council 
of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 1904-1908; Commandant 
Army Signal School 1912-13; Assistant Adjutant- General, War Office, 
1913-17 ; promoted ^Iajor-General and K.C.M.(i. for valuable services 
rendered in connection with the European War. 



Walter Bernard Louis Barrington of The Manor 
House, Little Bookham, co. Surrey; born at 
Brackley Hill, Brackley, co. Northampton, on 
Monday, 15 May 1876 ; educated at Charterhouse, 
admitted 1890; admitted a Solicitor February 
1901 ; Captain Army Service Corps 1917-18; 
Secretary to Minister of Supply, War Office ; 
Director and Managing Director of Herbert 
Wagg and Co., Ltd., Merchant Bankers' Director 
Legal and General Assurance Society, Ltd. 



=Eleanor Nina, 2nd dau. of His Honour 
Sir Thomas William Snagge, K.C.M.CJ., 
LL.D., Judge of County Courts, by Maria 
Frances his wife, elder dau. of Edward 
John Morgan of St. Petersburg, Russia, 
and of the Hon''''= East India Co.'s 
Service ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Brompton, 
London, on Wednesday, 11 December 
1901. 



Priscilla Mary, born at Garden 
Hill, Totteridge, co. Hertford, 
on Thursday, 6 June 1907, 
bapt. at Totteringe. 



Patrick William Daines 
Barrington, born 29 
October 1908, bapt. at 
Totteridge. 



Gillian Mary, born at Garden 
Hill, Totteridge, on Satur- 
day, 12 August 191 1, bapt. 
at Totteridge. 



134 



Rupert Edward Selborne Barrington, D.S.O., of Cote= 
Brook, near Tarporley, co. Chester ; born at Brackley 
Hill, Brackley, co. Northampton, on Monday, lo 
December 1877 ; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 
1892; Lieutenant nth Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
21 November 1900; Captain (acting Major) Scottish 
Horse (Territorials) ; Lieut.- Colonel 13th Battalion 
Black Watch; Hon. Lieutenant in the Army 1901 ; 
Lieutenant South African Constabulary 1902; served 
in South African War 1900-1901 (Queen's medal with 
four clasps) ; in the European War 1914 (mentioned in 
despatches, "London Gazette," 28 November 1917); 
D.S.O. 1918. 



:Mary Georgiana, younger dau. of 
Lieut.-Colonel George Arthur Ferguson 
of Pitfour, CO. Aberdeen, by the Hon'''' 
Nina Maria (V.A.) his wife, dau. of 
General Alexander, 1st Viscount Brid- 
port, G.C.B. ; born at Pitfour on 
Monday, 14 May 1877 ; marr. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton (by the Very Rev. 
Philip Frank Eliot, Dean of Windsor, 
assisted by her brother, the Rev. 
Edwin Augustus Ferguson), on Thurs- 
day, 10 September 1903. 



Eric Rupert Walter Barrington, born 
in South Africa 13 December 1904. 



Percy Evelyn Barrington, born at Westbury Manor, co.= 
Buckingham, on Tuesday, 29 July 18S4; educated 
1 at Charterhouse, admitted 1898 ; 2nd Lieutenant 2nd 
County of London Imperial Yeomanry (Westminster 
Dragoons) iS November 1902-1906; died, aged 26, 
at the British Hospital at Buenos Aires, on Tuesday, 
30 May 191 1. Admon was granted at the Principal 
Registry 25 April 1912 to the Hon'''"= Walter Bernard 
Louis Barrington, Attorney of Muriel Constance 
Barrinsiton. 



=Muriel Constance of 760 Calle Sarmiento, 
Buenos Aires, only dau. of I. B. Oyler of 
Estancia, La Reina, Sanabria, Cordoba, 
Argentine Republic ; marr. at St. John's 
Anglican Church, Buenos Aires, on 
Tuesday, 13 October 1908. She married 
2ndly at Beaulieu, co. Hants, 19 Septem- 
ber 1914, Alfred Fabian de Ledesma, 2nd 
son of Don Josd Fabian de Ledesma. 



Miguel O'Brien Shute Barrington, 
born at Huenos .Aires 15 August 1909. 



Jlrnnct of Bougljam ^all (o. 

Arms. — Gules llircc (lenii-lioiis rampant couijed argent in tlie centre 

point a bezant. 
Crest. — In a mural crown or a lion's head couped of the first charged 

on the neck with a bezant. 
Motto. — Kene tena.\. 



Philip Bennet of Rougham, co. Suffolk (elder son of Philip=j=Aniie, 3rd dau. and coheir of Sir Thomas 

Bennet of Tollesbury Lodge, co. Essex, by Jane Judith his ~ 

wife, only child and heir of the Rev. Roger Kedington of 

Rougham Hall) ; born at Great Barton, co. Suffolk, 9 May, 

bapt. there 23 June 1795; educated at the Grammar 

School, Bury St. Edmunds (admitted 1868), and at 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1816, M.A. 1820; 

J.P. and D.L. for co. Suffolk ; M.P. for West Suffolk 7 July 

1845 to 23 April 1859; Captain Commandant ist Troop 

Loyal Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry 31 March 182 1 to 2 April 

1864 ; Lord of the Manor of Rougham ; died at Battalies 

House, Bury St. Edmunds, on Friday, 17 August, bur. at 

Great Barton 23 August 1866. Will dated 13 March 1861, 

proved at Bury St. Edmunds 20 September 1866, by Philii) 

Bennet, son. 



PilkJngton, 7tii Baronet, of Chevet Park, 
CO. York, by Elizabeth Anne his wife, 
dau. of William Tufnell of Langleys, co. 
Essex : bapt. at Sandal Magna, co. York, 
5 November 1804; marr. at Rougham 21 
March 1823; died at Bury St. Edmmids 
21 April, l)\ir. 3t Great Barton 24 April 
1893. Will dated 28 May 1889, proved 
(Prin. Reg. 530, 93) 28 June 1893, by 
Barbara Sophia Harriot Harbord, daughter. 

{See Pedigree of Milborne-Sijuinneriott- 
PUkinginn, Vol. 2, page lyj.) 



Major Philip Bennet of Rougham Hall and Battalies= 
House, CO. Suffolk ; born at Rougham Hall on Saturday, 
16 December 1837; educated at Harrow, admitted 
September 1849; Lieutenant Royal Horse Guards; 
Major Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry ; J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Suffolk ; Lord of the Manors of Beyton and Rougham ; 
died at Dover, co. Kent, on Sunday, 11 July 1875. Will 
dated 7 November 1870, with codicil dated 9 June 1875, 
proved (Prin. Reg. 9, 76) 24 January 1876, by Barb.ira 
Sophia Harriot Bennet, relict. 



=P.arb;na Sophia Harriot, of L(/\se-.toft, co. 
Suffolk, eldest dau. of Edgar Distiey of The 
Hyde, CO. Essex, by Barbara his wife, youngest 
dau. of Lewis William Brouncker of Pelham's 
Canford, co. Dorset ; marr. 29 Nove;iiber 
i860. She married 2ndly, 4 December 1S78, 
the Hon'"'" Harbord Harbord (youngest son 
of Edward, 3rd Baron Suiifield) ; he died 
1 1 February 1894. 



Philip Bennet of Rougham Geoffrey Frederick=Beatrice Geraldine, 2nd dau. of the Hon'''^ Harbord 



Hall ; born at Rougham 
Hall on Monday, 24 
February 1862 ; Captain 
Prince of Wales' Own 
Norfolk Artillery ; died 
13 May 1913. 



Philip Bennet of 
Royston, co. Hert- 
ford; born40ctober 
1863 ; T.P. for CO. 
Suffolk.' 



Harbord of Elderton Lodge, Gunton. co. Norfolk, by 
Constance Adelaide his ist wife, 3rd dau. of Sir Henry 
Josias Stracey, 5th Baronet, M.P. ; horn in 1861 ; marr, 
at St. Saviour's, Paddington, London (by the Rev. 
the Hon''''= John Harbord), 14 February 1888. 



Cyril Bennet, born=i= Annie Osborne Louisa, dau. Claude Lambert Bennet, born at Norwich on Tues- 



at Rougham Hall 
on Wednesday, 1 3 
September 1865 ; 
died in 1915. 



of the Rev. E. J. Griffith, by 
Annie Whitechurch his wife ; 
marr. at St. James', Bury St. 
Edmunds; died in 1906, bur. 
at Acton, co. Middlesex. 



day, 26 August 1873 ; died, aged 13, at Eastbourne, 
CO. Sussex, on Wednesday, 20 October 1S86. 

lona Barbara, born at The Close, Norwich, on 
Tuesday, 13 October 1874. 



Tyrrel Bennet, D.C.M. ; Sergeant Royal Army 
Medical Corps ; served in European War. 



Eric Bennet, Midshipman 
H.M.S. "Victory." 



I -lb 



(Sltoes of ^aorb^, ro. Eincoln, anli of ($vm 

i&intng, co. jSortfjampton, 




Arms on raord in the College of Anns. 
Or a fesse azure over all a bend gules ; 
impaling argent on a fesse azure three 
lozenges or. 

Crest. — Five arrows one in pale and 
four in saltire all points downwards proper 
barbed and flighted or interlaced with a 
serpent also proper. 

Motto. — Deo non fortuna. 



Hoii''''^ Caroline^ 
Anderson . ,(PeI 
ham), 2nd dau. 
of Charles Ander- 
son, I St Baron 
Y;;rl)()roiigh, and 
sister of Charles, 
I St Earl of Yar- 
borough ; born 
1 8 January 1777 ; 
marr. by special 
licence at Brock- 
lcsby,co. Lincoln, 
on Thursdaj', 12 
October 1797 ; 
died, aged 35, at 
Great Billing, co. 
Northampton, 13 
July, bur. there 
20 July i8i2. 
M.I. Portrait 
in oils at Billing 
Hall, ist wife. 



Rev. 
Sykes 



=f=Robert Gary Elwes of Roxby=pJane Marianne, 
and Bigby, co. Lincoln, of only dau. of the 
j Great Billing, co. North- 
ampton, and of Egton, 
CO. York (eldest surviving 
son of Gary Elwes of 
Throcking, co. Hertford, 
by Elizabeth his 2nd wife, 
dau. of Edward Holgate of 
Roxby) ; born at Lsleworth, 
CO. Middlesex, 28 July, bapt. 
there 26 August 1772 ; Lord 
of the Manor of Great Billing 
1799; died, aged 79, at 
Bigby on Tuesday, 10 Feb- 
ruary, bur. at Great Billing 
17 February 1852. Will 



Richard 
of Fox- 
holes, CO. York ; 
niair. at Fox- 
holes 22 Decern 
ber 1814 ; died, 
aged 80 years 
and 10 months, 
at Walland Gary. 
\V 00 1 f a r dis 
worthy, co. De- 
von, 9 December, 
bur. at Great Bil- 
ling 15 December 
1871. Will dated 



dated 14 April 1845, with i 21 June 1871, 



seven codicils dated 3 July 
1848 to 9 October 1851, 
proved (P.C.C. 204, 52) 
17 March 1852, by the Rev. 
Charles James Barnard, 
George Gary Ehves, son, 
and Willoughby Breare Still 
Rackham, 2 July 1852, by 
Richard James Gary Elwes, 
son. Portrait in oils at 
Billing Hall. 



proved (Prin. 
Reg., 22, 72), 31 
January 1872, 
by Henry Sykes 
Thornton, Tho- 
mas Tilleard and 
AVilliam Godden 
2nd wife. 



(Phr issue see page 146.) 



Rev. Charles James Barnard (3rd son of the Rev. Robert 
Barnard, Rector of Withersfield, co. Suffolk, by Elizabeth his 
wife, only dau. of Gary Elwes of Throcking) ; born 6 November 
1797, bapt. at \Vithersfield 18 January 1798; educated at 
Uppingham ; served in the Navy as a Midshipman at the 
bombardment of Algiers 27 August 1816 (medal) ; took Holy 
Orders and became Rector of Bigby 28 February 1833, and 
Vicar of Roxby with Risby 9 April 1833; J. P. for parts of 
Lindsey, co. Lincoln ; died, aged 70, at South-hill House, 
Torquay, co. Devon, on Tuesday, 29 September 1868, bur. at 
Torquay. Memorial Tablet in Bigby Church. Will with codicil 
dated 16 February 1867, proved (Prin. Reg., 658, 68) 21 October 
1868, by the Rev. Charles Gary Barnard, son, and Willoughby 
Breare Still Rackham. 



Cary=i=Garoline Arabella 



la 
Elizabeth, born 
12 August 1798 ; 
marr. at Great 
Billing 5 Feb- 
ruary 1827 ; died, 
aged 67, at Tor- 
quay, on Monday, 
28 May 1866, 
bur. there. Me- 
morial Tablet in 
Bigby Church. 



Robert Charles 
Gary Elwes, born 
at l^angham Hal). 
CO. Suffolk, on 
Saturday, 2 1 Sep- 
tern ber 1799, 
bapt. privately 
and received into 
the church at 
Great Billing 16 
March 1800: 
bur. there 9 Sep- 
tember following. 



K 



{For issue see Pedigree of Jiarnard, 
IW. ig, pa,i;e 1^6.) 



Elinor, eldest dau. of= 
Rear - Admiral Peter 
Rye of Cuhvorth, co. 
Northampton ; born 17 
August 1806 ; marr. at 
Kingsthorpe, CO. North- 
ampton, 17 August 
1826; died, aged 53, 
at 7 Arundel Terrace, 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 8 
January, bur. at (Jreat 
Billing 15 January 1859. 
Portrait in oils at Bil- 
ling Hall, ist wife. 



=Cary Charles Elwes of Roxby and Bigby, both co.= 
Lincoln, and of Great Billing, co. Northampton ; 
born 2 November, bapt. at Great Billing 18 De- 
cember 1800 ; educated at Westminster, admitted 
i6 September 1812, and at Brasenose College, 
Oxford, matriculated 14 January 1820; J. P. 
and D. L. for the counties of Northampton 
and Lincoln ; High Sheriff for the former 
county 1853 ; died, aged 65, at Little Park, 
Wickham, co. Hants, on Wednesday, 24 January, 
bur. at Great Billing i February 1S66. Will 
dated 14 August 1863, with codicil dated 8 
July 1864, proved (Prin. Reg., 163, 66) 28 
March 1866, by Major Henry \Villiam Seymour 
Stewart. Portrait in oils at Billins: Hall. 



=Caroline Henrietta, 
2nd dau. of Major 
Charles Stewart of 
Wickham, Farnham, 
CO. Hants; marr. at 
St. James', Picca- 
dilly, London, on 
Thursday 21 June 
1S60 ; died 30 De- 
cember 1906. She 
married 2ndly 26 
October 1876, 
i'urnour Rabett. 
2nd wife. 



Captain Charles Fitz-=i=Eleanora Caroline 
gerald, C.B., R.N. (son I Arabella, born at 



of Robert Fitzgerald of 
Kilkee, co. Clare); born in 
1798; entered the Navy 
in 1809, Commander 26 
October 1840, Captain 
(retired) i April 1856; 
Governor of British Settle- 
ments on the Gambia 
1844-47, and of Western 
Australia August 1848 
to June 1855 ; C. B. 2 
January 1857 ; died, aged 
95, at Geraldine House, 
Kilkee, 29 December 
1887. He married istly 
a daughter of Dr. Austin. 



Great Thurlovv, co. 
Suffolk, ; marr. at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, 
on Monday, 13 
March 1848; died 
at Geraldine House, 
Kilkee, 10 March 
1890. Adriion (with 
will dated 16 Sep- 
tember 1889) was 
granted (Prin. Reg., 
370, 90) 28 April 
1890, to Valentine 
Dudley Henry Cary 
Elwes. 2nd wife. 



A 



Jacob Robertson Headlam= 
O'Connor, M.B., of 8 
King's Terrace, South- 
sea, CO. Hants (2nd son 
of J. O'Connor of Ros 
common) ; of Trinity 
College, Dublin, B.A. 
(Gold Medal and Senior 
Moderator in Natural 
Science) 1868; M.B. and 
M.Ch. 187 1 ; ist Senior 
Medical Exhibition and Medical Travellers' 
Prize, ist Senior Medical Prize Meath Hos- 
pital, Dublin, and ist Senior Prize Coombe 
Lying-in Hospital, Dublin, 1871 ; M.B. 1875; 
Medical Officer Workhouse, Portsea Island 
Lhiion ; Surgeon 2nd Hampshire Artillery 
Volunteers ; died, aged 44, at 8 King's Terrace, 
Southsea, on Wednesday, 3 March 1886. 



Sophia Dorothea, 
born at Great 
Thurlow ; marr. 
at .St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 
London (by her 
cousin, the Rev. 
Frederick Field), 
onWednesday, 1 6 
January 1878.^ 



George Frederick=j=Marian Georgina, marr. at Great Billing on 
Browning, eldest i Thursday, 16 July 1857 ; died at 3 Norfolk 



son of George 
Browning; died in 
1876. 



Buildings, Bath, co. Somerset, 21 February 
1903. Will dated 10 June 1890, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 543, 1907) 29 April 1907, by 
Valentine Dudley Cary Elwes. 



Charles Robert William Cary 
Elwes, born at Great Thurlow 
Hall on Monday, 6 December 
1830; died near Bath, co. 
Somerset, 6 July 1837. 



A 



Robert Geoffrey Gervase= 
John Elwes, born at Munich, 
Germany, 8 April 1S90, 
bapt. there ; educated at the 
Oratory School, Birming- 
ham ; Captain Northampton- 
shire Yeomanry ; served in 
European War 1 9 1 4 - 19 
(mentioned in despatches, 
" London Gazette," 1919). 



=AilleenMary,only 
child of Charles 
Liddell ; marr. at 
St. Mary and St. 
Wilfred, Warwick 
Bridge, co. Cum- 
berland,onThurs- 
day, 7 
1919. 



August 



Rudolph Philip Elwes,= 
M.C., born in London 
12 March 1892, bant, at 
the Oratory, Brompton, 
London; educated at Down- 
side College and at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; Captain 
Coldstream Guards ; served 
in the European War 1914 
-19 (M.C. 1918). 



=Hermione, eldest 
daughter of Fitz- 
Herbert Wright 
of Yeldesley 
Hall, CO. Derby ; 
marr. at the 
Oratory, Bromp- 
ton, London, on 
'I'uesday, 8 July 
1919. 



i.?S 



Sophia Jane, bapt. at Great Billing, co. Northampton, 17 April 1803 ; died at 36 
St. Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough, CO. York, 7 April 1867. Will dated 11 May 1853, with 
codicil dated 22 March 1865, proved (Prin. Reg., 329, 67) 2 May 1867, by Richard 
Jaines Cary Elwes, half-brother, and the Rev. Charles Cary Barnard, nephew. 



Henrietta Catha- = 
rine, 2nd dau. of 
Charles Lane of 
Bailgemore, co. 
Oxford ; marr. 
at Henley ■ on - 
Thame s, c o. 
O.xford, on Mon- 
day, 28 April 
1856; died on 
Thursday, 28 
April 1864, bur. 
at Great Billing. 
Portrait in oils 
at Billing Hall. 
I St wife. 



= Valentine Dudley Henry Cary= 
Elwes of Roxby, Wrawby, 
Bigby and Brigg, co. Lincoln, 
and of Great Billing ; born at 
Walcot, Bath, co. Somerset, 

26 November, bapt. there 29 
November 1832; Cornet 12th 
Lancers 1851, retired 1854; 
served in Kaffir War 1851-53 ; 
J. P. for the counties of Lincoln, 
Northampton and Leicester ; 
D.L. for CO. Lincoln, High 
Sheriff 1873 ; F.S.A. ; died, 
aged 76, at Billing Hall 
on Friday, 1 1 June, bur. at 
Great Billing on Monday, 
21 June 1909. Will dated 

27 May 1907, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1259, 1909) 23 August 
1909, by Gervase Henry Elwes, 
son. Portrait in oils at 
Pilling Hall. 



=Alice Geraldine, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. the 
Hon'''= Henry Ward, 
Rector of Killinchy, co. 
Down, by Anne his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Henry 
Mahon of Killigally ; born 
at Killinchy 15 October 
1844, bapt. there; marr. 
at Killinchy (by the 
Bishop of Down, Connor 
and Dromore) on Thurs 
day, 30 November 1865 ; 
died at Billing Hall on 
Thursday, 2 1 March, bur. 
at Great Billing on Tues- 
day, 26 March 1907. Will 
1893, proved (Prin. Reg., 
April 1907, by Valentine 
Cary Elwes, husband, and 



Lewis Edward 
Barnard Cary 
Elwes, born in 
1834 ; died the 
following year. 

Henrietta Maria 
Matilda, born 4 
October, bapt. at 
Bath 28 October 
1840 ; died same 
year. 



dated 

571- 

Dudley 

Gervase 



9 March 

1907) 12 

Henry 

Henry 



Cary Elwes, son. 
Hall. 2nd wife. 



Portrait in oils at Billing 



Gerviise Henry Ehves of Roxby and of Great Billing ; born at Billing I-Lill" 
on Thursday, 15 November, bapt. at Great Billing 18 December 1066; 
educated at the Oratory School, Birmingham, Woburn School, at Christ 
Church, Oxford, matriculated 30 May 1885, and at Munich and Paris ; served 
in the Diplomatic Service 1891-95 ; entered musical profession in 1903; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Lincoln, J. P. for co. Northampton, High Sheriff 1917; 
discontinued the surname of Cary in 1909; Knight of Malta 1917; 
Chamberlain to His Holiness Pope Benedict XV. 1920 ; accidentally killed on 
the railway at Boston, U.S..\., 12 January, bur. at Great Billing i March 192 1. 







^^"hJ-zu^Lt^ 



^iJueV. 



Francis Guy Robert Elwes, O.B.E.,= 
born at Brussels on Saturday, i 2 May 
1895, bapt. there ; educated at Down- 
side College and at the Oratory 
School, Birmingham ; Captain Glou- 
cester Regiment, Staff Captain 1918; 
served in European War 19 15-19 
(mentioned in despatches, " London 
Gazette," 1919 and 1920, O.B.E. 1919). 



=Barbara, 2nd daughter 
of - Wythes of Copped 
Hall, Epping, co. Essex ; 
marr. at the Oratory, 
Brompton, London (by 
the Very Rev. Dudley 
Charles Cary Elwes), on 
Wednesday, 3 November 
1920. 



=Lady Winefride 
Mary(Feilding), 
4th dau. of 
Rudolph -Wil- 
liam Basil, 8lh 
Earl of Den- 
bigh ; born at 
Downing, co. 
Flint, on Thurs- 
day, 24 Sep- 
tember 1868 ; 
marr. at the 
Oratory, Bromp- 
ton, London, 
II May 1889. 



I 



Aubrey Valentine Denis 
Elwes, born 23 July 1898, 
bapt. at Brigg : educated 
at Downside College, and 
at the Naval Colleges at 
Osborne and Dartmouth; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy ; 
served in European War 
1914-19. 



139 



1 
Dudley Christopher Gary Elwes, born at Billing, co. Northampton, =T=Mary Anne Sophia, 2nd 
19 March, bapt. at Great Billing, co. Northampton, 22 June dau. of Rear - Admiral 
1804; 2nd Lieutenant in the Army 6 June 1822, Cornet 1st (The 
King's) Dragoon Guards 14 October 1824, Captain (half-pay) 17 
October 1826; died, aged 48, at Dudley, co. Worcester, on 
Monday, 25 October 1852, bur. at Bigby, co. Lincoln. Will 
dated 11 April 1849, proved (P.C.C, 913, 52) 20 December 
1852, by George Gary Elwes, brother, and the Rev. Charles 
James Barnard. 



Peter Rye of Culworth, 
CO. Northampton ; marr. 
at Culworth 19 June 1829; 
died, aged 35, at Hastings, 
CO. Sussex, on Thursday, 
9 December 1847, bur. 
at Bigby. 



Rev. Charles Atkinson=j= 
West (son of the Rev. 
John West, Rector of 
Chettle and Farnham, 
both CO. Dorset) ; of 
St. John's College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 
1807 ; marr. at Bigby 
on Thursday, 12 May 
1853; died at the 
Vicarage, Wickenby, 
CO. Lincoln, 29 March 
1855. ist husband. 



A 



Eleanor So-' 
phia, died 5 
May 1873. 



A 



=Rev. Thomas Field, B.D. (son of the Rev. John Field, 
Rector of Braybrooke, co. Northampton) ; born at Wootun 
Hill Hall, Hardingstone, CO. Northampton, 3 March 1822 ; 
educated at Oakham School (1S33-40) anil at St. John's 
College, Cambridge, liell's University Scholar 1841, B.A. 
(ist-class Classical Tripos) 1844, M.A. 1847, B.D. 1854, 
Fellow and Tutor of St. John's 1847-58, Deputy Public 
Orator 1847-48 ; Vicar of Madingley, 1858-62, Rector 
of Pampisford, both co. Cambridge, 1863-68, and of 
Bigby 1868, Canon and Prebendary of Welton-Painshull 
in Lincoln Cathjilral 1S93 ! J-^^- ^^r the parts of Lindsey, 
CO. Lincoln, i88r. Chairman of the IJench; marr. at 
Grasby, co. Lincoln, on I'hursday, 9 September 1858; 
Author of " A Chronicle of Gkimlord, Brigg, and its 
Church, with Notes on the Neighbourhood " ; died at the 
Rectory, Bigby, 15 .August 1896. 2nd husband. 



Very Rev. Dudley Charles 
Gary Elwes, born at Nice, 
France, on Wednesday, 5 
February, bapt. there 2 
March 1868; educated at 
theOratory School, Woburn 
School, and at Rome ; 
ordained Catholic Priest 
1896 ; Rector of All Souls', 
Peterborough, 19 to, and 
Canon of the Catholic 
Cathedral Chapter of 
Northampton 191 2. 



Alfred Joseph Herewyt de Bless, born ii= 
November 1866 ; of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1886, B.A. 
1889, M.A. 1893, LL.M. ; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 13 June 1893 ; 
served in Diplomatic Service 1894- 1900; 
assumed name of de Bless in lieu of Bles 
9 November 1905 ; died, aged 45, at St. 
James' Court, Buckingham Gate, London, on 
Thursday, 9 November 191 i, bur. at Great 
Billing. 



A 



=!\Iaud Elinor, of 
St. James' Court, 
Buckingham Gate ; 
born at Brigg on 
Thursday, 28 Oc- 
tober, bapt. at 
Brigg 30 November 
1869 ; marr. at the 
Oratory, Brompton, 
London, 5 August 
1895. 



Richard Everard Augustine 
Elwes, born 28 May 1901, 
bapt. at Brigg, co. Lincoln ; 
educated at the Oratory 
School, Birmingham. 



Simon Edmund Vincent Paul 
Elwes, born 29 June 1902, 
bapt. at Hothorpe, Thedding- 
worth, CO. Northampton ; 
educated at the Oratory School, 
Birmingham. 



Clare Margaret Mary Katharine, 
born 7 August 1903, bajit. at 
Brigg. _ 

Celia Clare Mary Alice, born 
13 January 1905. 



140 



George Cary Elwes, born 3 February, bapt. at Great= 
Billing, CO. Northampton, 9 February 1806; of 
Trinity College, Oxford, matriculated 8 February 
1823, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830; Fellow of All Souls' 
1828-36; died, aged 53, at 6 Cadogan Place, 
London, on Friday, 15 April 1859. \\'ill dated 
31 July 1852, with codicil dated 15 April 1859, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 284, 59) 16 May 1859, by Sir 
Joseph William Copley of Sprotborough, Baronet, and 
Charles Thomas Heneage. 



=Arabella Elizabeth Sophia (his ist 
cousin), elder dau. of 'Ihonias Fieschi 
Heneage, by the Hon'''= Arabella his 
wite, 4th dau. of Charles Anderson, 
ist Baron Yarborough; marr. by licence 
at St. George's, Hanover Square, 
London, on Saturday, 20 December 
1834; died at 10 Eaton Place, 
Pinilico, London, on Friday, 9 
December 1853. 



Evelyn Robert Cary Elwes, born in 1837; educated at Eton, 
admitted 1S53 ; died, aged 15, at 10 Eaton Place, Pimlico, on 
Saturday, 10 December 1853. 



Lieut.-General George Thomas Field, R.A., of Upton Park, Slough, =j=Caroline Henrietta, marr. 



CO. Buckingham (son of the Rev. John Field, Rector of Braybrooke, 
CO. Northampton) ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Artillery 1 1 January 
1843, Lieutenant 30 October following. Captain 1850, Major 1855, 
Lieut.-Colonel 1864, Colonel 1869, Major-General 1880, Lieut.- 
General (retired) 16 December 1885 ; served in the Crimea 1854-55, 
as D.A.Q.M.G. to the Royal Artillery, present at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and with the expedition to Kertch (brevet of 
ALijor, medal with clasp. Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th-class 
Medjidie, Turkish medal); D.A.Q.M.G., Woolwich, 1860-63; 
Acting-Governor General Hospital, Woolwich 1863-65 ; 2nd 
Commandant and Inspector of Studies Royal Military Academy 
1866-69; Superintendent Royal Carriage Department, Royal 
Arsenal, 1871-76; commanded Royal Artillery in Northern 
District 1877-81 ; died, aged 65, at Canterbury, co. Kent, on 
Friday, 30 August 1889. Will dated 16 February 1867, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 753, 89) 24 September 1889, by Caroline Henrietta 
Field, the relict. 



at St. Gabriel's, Pimlico, 
London (by the Rev. 
Thomas Field, B.D.), on 
\\'ednesday, 17 November 
1859; died, aged 72, at 
13 Upton Park, Slough, on 
Tuesday, 18 April 1905. 
Will dated 2 February 
1891, with codicil dated 28 
March 1902, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 665, 1905) 19 May 
1905, by the Rev. Thomas 
Perrott Field, son, and 
Gertrude Alice Field, 
spinster, daughter. 



A 



Horatio Tennyson (youngest son of the Rev. George Clayton^ 
Tennyson, LL. D., and brother of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Poet 
Laureate) ; born at Somersby, co. Lincoln, bapt. there 25 September 
1819; died, aged 80, at Brightlingsea, co. Essex, on Monday, 
2 October, bur. there on Thursday, 5 October 1899. AVill dated 
30 July 1883, with two codicils dated i August 1887 and 22 April 
1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 1482, 99) 22 December 1899, by 
the Rev. Richard William Massy Pope, D.D., son-in law. He 
married 2ndly, 8 December 1870, Catherina, dau. of the Rev. John 
West, Rector of Chettle and Farnham, co. Dorset. 



=Charlotte Maria, born 30 
October 1835 ; marr. at 
St. Lawrence, Isle of Wight, 
(by the Rev. Thomas 
Field, B.I).), on Thursday, 
16 April 1857 ; died at Chel- 
tenham, to. Gloucester, on 
Saturday, 31 October 1868, 
bur. there. 1st wife. 



{For issue see Pedigree of Te>itivso>i, 
Vol. 14, page p-.) 



141 



Mary Henrietta (his= 
cousin), 2nd dau. of 
William Tennant of 
Little Aston Hall, co. 
Stafford, by Maria Char- 
lotte his wife, 3rd dau. 
of Charles, ist Baron 
Yarborough ; marr. at 
Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Thursday, 15 December 
1836; died, aged 34, 
at Lausanne, Switzer- 
land, on Sunday, 10 
April 1842, bur. at 
Oachy. M.L ist wife. 



=f=Henry Robert Harrington Cary Elwes,- 
born at Great Billing, co. Northani[)ton, 
20 March, bapt. there 15 April 1808; 
educated at Charterhouse ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 23rd (Royal \\'elsh Fusiliers) Foot 
29 October 1825, Ensign 2nd (Queen's 
Royal) Foot 7 June 1831, Lieutenant 
1 2th (East Suffolk) Foot 15 November 
1833, retired as Captain ; died, aged 42, 
at Exmouth, co. Devon, from the result 
of an accident, on Saturday, 6 April 
1850. Will dated 28 October 1846, with 
codicil dated 5 April 1850, proved 
(P.C.C. 353, 50) 27 May 1850, by John 
Parker. 



=f=Caroline Eliza Cecil, dau. of 
Colonel Charles Strode of The 
Heath, West Upton, co. Wor- 
cester ; marr. at Upton-on-Severn, 
CO. Worcester, 26 September 
1844 ; died at St. Rode, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, on Thursday, 
12 October 1893. She married 
2ndly at Marylebone Church, 
London, 21 September 1854, 
Dr. Seth Thompson of Lower 
Seymour Street, Portman Square, 
I^ondon ; and 3rdly, Major 
Leonard Sidebottom Venner, 
The Buffs. 2nd wile. 



(For issue see page 14S.) 

John Richard Harrington Elwes, born at Lausanne on Monday, 30 November 
1840; educated at Eton, admitted 1856, and at 'J'rinity College, Cambridge, 
B.A. 1864, M.A. 1869; died, aged 31, at Cowersfield House, near Salisbury, 
CO. Wilts, on Thursday, 19 September 1872. 



A son, born in Paris 
22 Febru;)!y 3838. 



Dudley George Cary Elwes of= 
Conway House, Orlando, Florida, 
U.S.A., and of The Crescent, Bed- 
ford ; born at Brigg, co. Lincoln, 
13 November 1837 ; Lieutenant 
3rd (The Buffs) Foot ; served in 
Chinese War, i860, at the taking of 
the Takti Forts and at Pekin ; 
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries 
1868-1904; died, aged 76, at 
Orlando, Florida, on Saturday, 15 
August 1 9 14, bur. at Conway, 
Florida. Will dated 23 October 
1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 50, 1915) 
2 January 191 5, by Henry George 
Church. 



^Mary Georgina, 2nd dau. of Frederick 
Mangles of 25 Lewes Crescent, Brighton, 

' CO. Sussex, by Marianne his wife, dau. of 
George Scott of Ravenscourt Park, ILnm- 
mersmith, co. Middlesex ; born at Compton, 

( CO. Surrjy, 26 June 1840 ; marr. at Bletch- 
ingley, co. .Surrey (by her brother, the Rev. 
Arthur Onslow Mangles and the Rev. 

1 Thomas Field, B.D.), on Tuesday, 3 Feb- 
ruary 1863; died, aged 73, at Orlando, 
Florida, on Saturday, 29 August 19 14, bur. 
at Conway, Florida. Will dated 13 May 

I 1914, proved (Prin. Reg., 1504, 14) 8 
October 19 14, by the Rev. Albert Cary 
Elwes, son, and Henry George (-hurch. 



Francis Charles 
Cary Elwes, born 
14 August 1839; 
died, aged 14, at 
Searby, co. Lin- 
coln, on Sunday, 
23 October 1853, 
bur. at Bigby, 
CO. Lincoln. 



Dudley Frederick Cary Elwes of 5=|=Mary Louisa, eldest dau. of Lieut. -General George Thomas 



The Crescent, Bedford ; born at 
Pendell Court, Bletchingey, on Thurs- 
day, 14 January 1864 ; educated at 
Bedford School and at Keble 
College, Oxford, matriculated 16 
October 1883, B.A. (3rd Chemistry) 
1886, M.A. 1893. 



Field, R..-\., of 3 Wellesley Terrace, Dover, co. Kent, 
by Caroline Henrietta his wife, 2nd dau. of J)udley 
Christopher Cary Elwes (see page 140) ; marr. at the 
parish church, Slough (by the Rev. Thomas Field, 
B.D.), on \Vednesday, 4 September 1895 ; died at 
5 The Crescent, Bedford, on Wednesday, 8 October, bur. 
at Bedford 11 October 19 19. 



Dudley George Cary Elwes, born at Carmarthen 22 November 
1896, bapt. there; educated at Bedford S-^hool and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; Lieutenant Royal Field 
Artillery ; served in European \Var ; killed in action near 
Ypres, aged 21, 25 November 1917. 

142 



Edward Trevelyan Cary 
Elwes, born at Car- 
marthen 8 June 1901, 
bapt. there; educated 
at Bedford School. 



Windsor Charles Gary Ehves of Grevil House,=f Augusta Caroline Louisa, 3rd dau. of the 



Chipping Campden, co. Gloucester ; born 
September 1839 ; Lieutenant Scots 
Guards 2 ISLay 1856, Lieutenant and Caj)tain 
12 June i860; served in North-West Provinces 
of India 1863 ; died, aged 76, at 3 V'ork Place, 
St. ^L'lrylebone, London, on Tuesday, 11 April, 
bur. in Mortlake Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 15 April 1916, after requiem mass at 
Brompton Oratory, London. Will dated 27 May 
1902, with two codicils dated 4 December 1907 
and 13 December 1909, proved (Prin. Reg., 1247, 
16) 8 July 1916, by Charles Edward Joseph Cary 
Elwes, son, and Ernest George Cary Chapman, 
nephew. 



Hon'''' William Towry Law, formerly Vicar 
Fusilier of Ilarborne, co. Stafford, by the Hon*"'' 
"'* '"' Augusta Champagne his wife, 5th dau. of 
Thomas North, 2nd Lord Graves ; born in 
1844 ; niarr. at the Oratory, Brompton (by 
her brother, the Rev. Father Thomas Graves 
Law), on Monday, 15 September 1862 ; 
celebrated their golden wedding 15 Sep- 
tember 1912 ; died at Nairn 18 July, bur. in 
Mortlake Cemetery on Friday, 23 July 1920, 
after requiem mass at Brompton Oratory, 
London. 



Edward Consett=i 
Chisholm, son of 
John Chisholm 
of Charleston, co. I 
Inverness. 



A 



'Arabella Matilda Augusta, born at 22 
Hans Place, London, on Friday, 14 
October 1864 ; marr. at the Oratory, 
Brompton, on Tuesday, i October 1889 ; 
died at Madras, India, on Wednesday, 18 
September 1907. 



Rev. Alastair George Francis 
Cary Elwes, born at The 
Cottage, Hampton Court, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 9 
January 1866; a Benedictine 
MonU 



Rev. Cuthbert Richard 
Joseph Cary Ehves, born 
at Boulogne - sur - Mer, 
France, on Tuesday, i 
October 1867, bapt. at 
the Cathedral, Boulogne ; 
educated at Stonyhurst 
College ; Member of the 
Society of Jesus. 



Charles Edward Joseph= 
Cary Ehves of Court- 
lands, Eltham, co. Kent; 
born at Boulogne-sur- 
Mer 22 October 1869; 
bapt. at the Cathedral ; 
educated at Stonyhurst 
College ; Knight of 
Malta. 



=Edythe Isabel, 2nd dau. of Colonel Sir 
John Roper ^Parkington, by Marie 
Louise his wife, dau. of A. Sims 
Silvester ; marr. at St. James', Spanish 
Place, London (by the Rev. Dudley 
Cary Elwes), on Tuesday, 23 November 
1897. 



Wilfrid Gervase Cary Ehves, born at 56 Kensington 
Gardens Square, London, on Thursday, 20 October 
1898, bapt. at St. Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, 
London ; educated at Downside College ; Lieutenant 
Irish Guards ; served in European War ; killed in 
action at Boulon Wood, aged 19, 27 November 191 7. 



I 
Windsor Alastair John Cary Elwes, born 
at 56 Kensington Gardens Square on 
Wednesday, 16 August 1899 ; died there 
on Saturday, 23 September following, 
bur. in Kensal (Jreen Cemetery, 
T>ondon. 



Frank de Stuteville=i=Susan Harper, 
Cary Elwes, of 1 marr. 2 1 Octo- 
Jacksonville, Flo- ! ber 1898. She 
rida, U.S.A. ; born j married istly 
at Wolverton, co. | . . . Law. 
Buckingham, on ! 
Tuesday, 7 March 
1S65, bapt. there ; 
educated at Bedford 
Modern School. 



Geoffrey Cary Ehves, 
born at Wolverton, 
CO. Buckingham, on 
Saturday, 14 .\pril 
1866, bapt. there; 
educated at Bedford 
School ; died at 
Dinsmore, Florida, 
1 4 February 1 9 1 6, bur. 
at Conwav, F'lorida. 



Frederick Cary Elwes, Lewis Cary Elwes. 

born in August 1S99. — 

Frances Cary. 



Trevelyan \Villiam Cary Elwes, 
born at South Bersted, cu. 
Sussex, 9 August 1867, bapl. 
there ; educated at Bedford 
School ; accidentally drowned, 
aged 32, at the Shantagerry 
Estate, Santacoopa, Coorg, India, 
16 July 1900. Will dated 
26 March 1897, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1179, 1901) 'o October 
1 901, by the Rev. Albert Cary 
Elwes, brother. 



»43 



Edmund Henry Chapman of=f=Georgiana Adelaide, born 9 February Edith, born 2 
Claremont Fiouse, co. Surrey (3rd j 1841 ; marr. at St. Michael's, Chester August 184a. 
son of Captain Alfred Chapman) ; Square, London, on Thursday, 23 October 
born 14 May 1831 ; died 18 | 1862. 
February 1874. 

A 



I, I 

Wilfrid Arthur] osephElwes,born Edward Consett=Edith Maud Mary, born at Chateau 

at Chateau Chaulaire, Boulogne- Chisholm (son Chaulaire, Boulogne-sur-Mer, on Saturday, 

sur-mer, France, on Wednesday, of John ^neas 10 October 1874; niarr. at the Catholic 

20 September 187 1 ; died there, Chisholm of Church, Chipping Campden, co. Glou- 

aged 3 years and 10 months, on Castleton, co. cester (by her cousin, the Rev. Dudley 

Friday, 16 July 1875. Inverness). Cary Elwes), on Tuesday, 6 July 1909. 



Louis Augustus Cary Elwes, 
born at 56 Kensington Gardens 
Square, London, on Saturday, 25 
August 1900; died there, aged 
8 months, on Monday, 6 May 
1 90 1, bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. 



Lilian Mary Isabel, born 
at 56 Kensington Gar- 
dens Square on Monday, 
23 June 1902, bapt. at 
St. Mary of the Angels, 
Bayswater. 



Charles Evelyn George Cary 
Elwes, born at 56 Kensington 
Gardens Square on Friday, 6 
November 1903, bapt. at St. 
Mary of the Angels, Bayswater, 
London ; educated at Ample- 
forth College. 



Irene Cecil Agnes, born 

at 56 Kensington Gardens 
Square on Wednesday, 27 
September 1905, bapt. at 
St. Mary of the Angels, 
Bayswater. 



Eustace Thomas Edward Cary 
Elwes, born at 56 Kensington 
Gardens Square on Monday, 21 
December 1908, bapt. at St. Mary 
of the Angels, Bayswater ; educated 
at Downside College. 



Oswald Aloysius Joseph 
Cary Elwes, born at 
Courtlands, Eltham, co. 
Kent, on Friday, 14 
November 19 13, bapt. at 
Christ Church, Eltham. 



Rev. Albert Cary Elwes, born at South Bersted, co.= 
Sussex, on Saturday, 24 October 1868, educated at 
Bedford Grammar School and at St. John's College, 
Oxford, matriculated 25 April 1890; Curate of St. 
Andrew's, Leicester, 1897-1900, of Holy Trinity, 
Windsor, co. Berks, 1900-1901 ; Vicar of Finstock 
with Fawler, co. Oxford, 1902-17. 



=Marian Theodora, 
elder dau. of George 
Henry Bois of 
Windsor ; married 
there 15 January 
1913- 



Alan Charles Cary 
Elwes, born at 
South Bersted 
on Sunday, 5 
December 1869. 



Mary Georgina Cary, born at the 
Vicarage, Finstock, 28 June 1915. 



Dudley Mangles Cary Elwes, born at Ivy House, 
Charlbury, co. Oxford, on Tuesday, 10 June 1919. 



Arthur Cary Elwes, horn at io= 
Eaton Place, London, on 
Thursday, 19 December 1844; 
educated at Eton ; Lieutenant 
Royal Navy; died, aged 67, at 
Plymouth, co. Devon, on Wed- 
nesday, 27 March 1912. \\\]\ 
dated 15 August 1891, proved 
at Exeter 20 July 19 12, by 
Ellen Emma Cary Elwes, the 
relict, and Ernest George Cary 
Chapman, nephew. 



= Kllen Emma, Admiral Charles John Rowley= 

of 1 1 Suther- of Holmcsland, Botley,co. Hants 

l:ind Road, (3rd son of Captain Richard 

P 1 y in o u t h. Freeman Rowley, R.N., by Julia 

dau.ofCharles Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John 

Tuckwell of Ani;erstein of Weetiiig Hall and 

CO. Suffolk ; Woodlands, co. Norfolk, U. V.) ; 

marr. 14 June born 24 December 1832 ; Lieu- 

1871. tenant Royal Navy 2 1 December 

185 2, Commander 1 861, Captain 

1866, Rear-Admiral 1884, Vice- 

Admiral 1890, Admiral (retired) 

9 November 1895 ; A.D.C. to 

Queen Victoria 1882. ^ 



"Alice Mary 
Arabella, born 
at Brighton, 
CO. Sussex, 
on Saturday, 
9 May 1846 ; 
married at 
St. Michael's, 
Chester 
Square, Lon- 
don, 9 May 
1867. 



Arthur George 
Elwes, born at 
1 1 Leigham 
Street, Ply- 
mouth, on 
Wednesday, 12 
January 1887 ; 
died the next 
day. 



Francis Thomas Hewson= 
(eldest son of G. Hew- 
son of Dromahaire, co. 
Leitrim) ; Lieutenant 
Royal Navy ; Cadet 
15 January 1904, Mid- 
shipman 29 February 
following, Sub-Lieutenant 
1907. 



=Alice Margaret Daisy, 
born at 1 1 Leigham 
Street, Plymouth, on 
Monday, 19 December 
1887 ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Plymouth, on 
Wednesday, 1 1 Sep- 
tember 191 2. 



A 



Edith Mary, born at 1 1 
Leigham Street, Ply- 
mouth, on Tuesday, 2 1 
May 1889. 



Dorothy Cecil, born at 
1 1 Leigham Street, Ply- 
mouth, on Saturday, 14 
July 1894. 



Lucy Marian, Gerald Otway Hay Murray of Highcroft, Richmond=Charlotte, born at South 

born at South Road, Taunton, co. Somerset (2nd son of Sir Bersted on Wednesday, 

Bersted on Herbert Harley Murray, K.C.B., Governor of 

Thursday, 12 Newfoundland, by Charlotte Letitia Caroline his 

January 1871, wife, eldest dau. of Lieut. -General Charles George 

bapt. there. James Arbuthnot of Woodford House, co. 
Northampton); born 24 July 1868. 



27 November 1872, bapt. 
there ; marr. at Finstock, 
CO. Oxford, on Saturday, 
3 June 1905. 



Ernest Cary Elwes, born at 
5 'Phe Crescent, Bedford, 
on Monday, 21 September 
1874, bapt. at Bedford ; 
educated at Bedford School ; 
died, aged 24, at Conway, 
Florida, U.S.A., on Wednes- 
day, 17 May 1899, bur. at 
Conway. 



Robert Cary Elwes, 
born at Bedford on 
Monday, 8 Novem- 
ber 1875 ; died, 
aged 15 weeks, on 
Tuesday, 29 Feb- 
ruary 1876, bur. at 
Horsell, co. Surrey. 



Rev. Herbert Cary Elwes, Walter Cary 

born at Bedford on Wednes- Elwes, born 

day, 14 February 1S77, bapt. at Bedford 

there ; educated at Bedford on Tuesday, 

School and at St. John's Coi- 17 September 

lege, Oxford ; ordained in 1878, bapt. 

Canada. He married Gladys there. 
Coulson. — 
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145 



Caroline Anderson (Pclham),=j-Robert Gary Elwes=T=Jane Marianne, only 



and dau. of Charles Anderson, 
I St Baron Yar borough. 



of Great Billing, co. 
Northampton. 



A 
{For isstte see page JJJ.) 



dau. of the 
Richard Sykes. 



Rev. 



Robert Cary 

Elwes, born 
at (ireat Bil- 
ling in 1 815; 
died I 2 April, 
bur. at Great 
Billing IS 
April 1816. 



Lincoln Cary Elwes, born 12 December 18 16, 



bapt. at Great liilling 28 

at Eton, adiiiitied 1832 

May 1836, Lieutenant 

aged 52, at 2 Albert 

London, on Thursday, _ _ 

Will dated 8 October 1869, pro\ed (Prin. Reg., 

694, 69) I November 1869, by Richard James 

Cary Elwes, brother. 



April 1817 ; educated 

Ensign 68th Foot 20 

12 June 1840 ; died. 

Street, Regent's Park, 

21 October 1869. 



Frederick Cary Elwes, born 1 1 
November, bapt. at Great Billing 
12 November 1818; died at 
Naples 5 June 1861, bur. there. 
Adiiion (with will dated 10 
October 1858 and codicil dated 
25 May 1 861) was granted (Prin. 
Reg., ,385. 62) 25 July 1862, 
to Jane Marianne Elwes, mother. 



Lucy Wilson ;=7-Richard James Cary=j=Selina Martha, eldest 



died 
March 1855. 
ist wife. 



Elwes of Walland 
Cary, co. Devon ; born 
18 September, bapt. 
at Great Billing 9 
October 1825; J. P. 
for CO. Devon ; died 
at Moss Close, Manor 
Road, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, on Friday, 
27 November 1914. 
Will dated 16 June 
1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 50, 15) 5 
January 1915, by 
Philip Francis Cary 
Elwes, son. 



dau. of Major Henry 
Jephson of Waterford, 
87th Royal Irish Fusi- 
liers ; marr. at the 
Cathedral, Waterford, 
on Tuesday, 4 Octo- 
ber 1859 ; died at 
Chieveley, Kyveston 
Road, Bournemouth, 
4 January 1917. Will 
proved in the Princi- 
pal Registry 9 Feb- 
ruary 1917, by Philip 
Francis Cary Elwes 
and Charles Richard 
Crampton Elwes. 2nd 
wife. 



Francis Emilius Cary= 
iElvves, born 23 Au- 
gust, bapt. at Great 
Billing 7 September 
1828; of Magdalen 
College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Lent 
Term 1848, B.A. 
1852 ; died, aged 39, 
at Ticehurst, co. Sus- 
sex, 24 October 1867. 
Will dated 2 January 
i860, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 785, 67) 9 
December 1867, by 
Richard James Cary 
Elwes, brother, and 
the Rev. Charles 
James Barnard. 



Richard Cary Henry Dudley==Marian, dau. of Richard Berridge of Ballinahinch 

Elwts, died at Cary Elwes. Castle, Connemara, co. Galway ; marr. at St. 

Bermuda and Stephen's, Dulwich, co. Surrey, on Tuesday, 

buried there. 27 February 1877. 



=Mary Helen, 
dau.ofCharles 
Murray ; be- 
canie the 
Rev. Mother 
Mary Igna- 
tius ; died at 
the Convent, 
Crieff, N.B., 
on Sunday, 
31 December 
1900. 



Philip Francis Cary Elwes of Monteclefe House,=j=Hester Lucy, 2nd dau. of Frederick Wake 



Somerton, co. Somerset, and of Walland Cary ; born 
at Thorganby Hall, co. Lincoln, 29 December 1862, 
bapt. at Thorganby; educated at Harrow 1878-80; 
of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1882, B.A. 1886; J.P. for co. Devon. 



Pretor-Pinney of SiMiierton Erleigb, Somer- 
ton, by Lucy his wife, 5th dau. of Abel 
Smith M.P., of Woodhall Park, co. Hert- 
ford ; marr. at Somerton 12 August 1890. 



Richard Henry Lincoln Elwes, born at Monteclefe 
House, Somerton, on Friday, 26 June 1891, bapt. 
at Somerton ; murdered by natives in Rhodesia, 
aged 23, on Saturday, 21 November 1914. 

146 



Nancy Hester, born at Monteclefe 
House, Somerton, on Friday, 15 
September 1 893, bapt. at Somerton. 



Flora Zoe, dau. of John D. Dewhurst==Chailes Richard Cram pton=j= Annie Cecilia Noel, 



of Oughtrington, co. Chester ; marr. at 
Bournemouth, co. Hants, 2i January 
1902; died, aged 38, at Firhold, Caven- 
dish Place, Bournemouth, on Sunday, 14 
June 1908, bur. at Bournemouth, ist 
wife. 



Barbara Kathleen, born 
21 December 1902. 



P^lwes of Firbold, Caven- 
dish Place, Bournemouth ; 
born 17 January 1864; 
educated at Harrow 
1878-81. 



elder dau. of Colonel 
Forsyth of Northwold, 
Bournemouth ; marr .at 
St. Mary's, Westminster, 
onTuesday, 28 Septem- 
ber 1909. 2nd wife. 



Honor, born at Firbold, Cavendish 
Place, Bournemouth, on Thursday, 
29 September 1910. 



Lieut.- Colonel Lincoln Edmund Cary Elwes, D.S.O., of Burnt Hill,= 
Broadstone, co. Dorset; born at Thorganby, co. Lincoln, 10 June 1865; 
educated at Cheltenham ; Lieutenant Durham Light Infantry 29 August 
1885; Captain 11 April 1894, Major 3 November 1903, Lieut.-Colonel 
(retired) 10 June 1905 ; served in South African War 1899-1901 (twice 
mentioned in despatches. Queen's medal with seven clasps, D.S.O. 1900) ; 
commanded 12th (Service) Battalion Durham Light Infantry in European 
War 1914-16, invalided home June 1916; on home service 1917-19. 



=Kathleen, dau. of 
Charles Hunter 
of Selaby Hall, 
Darlington, co. 
Durham ; marr. at 
Gainford, co. Dur- 
ham, 14 Novem- 
ber 1903. 



Robert Cary Elwes, born at Thomas Cary Elwes, born James Cary Elwes, 



Wellington, Madras, on Tues- 
day, 2 August 1904: educated 
at Winton House, Winchester, 
and at Oundle School, co. 
Northampton. 



at Longham House, Wim- 
borne, co. Dorset, on Friday, 
9 August 1907 ; died there 
on Saturday, 19 October 
following. 



born at Longham 
House, Wimborne, 
on Thursday, 13 
May 1909. 



Lieut.-Colonel Walter Valentine Jephson Cary Elwes of= 
Oakdale Farm, Ockley, co. Surrey; born 15 July 1869; 
educated at Harrow 1883-85 ; 2nd I^ieutenant Royal Artillery 
27 July 1889, Lieutenant 1862, Captain 1899, Major 15 
January 1906, promoted Lieut.-Colonel; re-joined in 1914; 
served in South African War 1899-1901 as Special Service 
Officer (Queen's medal with four clasps) ; in European War 
1 91 4-1 7, commanded a Brigade of Artillery (mentioned in 
despatches, " London Gazette," 4 January 1917). 



=Muriel Edith, Kathleen Ade- 
Hughes, marr. laide, born at 
2 March 1910. Thorganby. 



Elizabeth. 



Susan. 



Lorna. 



147 



Mary Henrietta (his cousin), =|=Henry Robert Harrington=f=CaroHne Eliza 



2nd dau. of William Tennaiit. | Gary Elvves. 



•K 



{For issue see page r^2.) 



Cecil, dau. of 
Colonel Charles 
Strode. 



Emily Laura, 2nd= 
dau. of Captain 
Henry Selby 
Lowndes ; marr. 
at Moulsoe, co. 
Buckingham, 15 
May 1872; died, 
aged 25, at The 
Elms, Earsham, 
CO. Norfolk, on 
Friday, 15 Sep- 
tember 1876. ist 
wife. 



pMajor Hugh William Henry Cary El\ves,= 
born at Spennels House, near Kidder- 
minster, CO. Worcester, on Wednesday, 
2 July 1845 ; educated at Harrow 1859- 
60 ; Major (retired) Durham Artillery 
Militia; died at Queen Anne's Mansions, 
St. James' Park, London, on Wednesday, 
16 November 1904, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery, London Will dated 29 Sep- 
tember 1900, with two codicils dated 
31 January 1902 and 3 October 1902, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 191, 1905) 2,^ February 
1905, by Ann Sherson Cary Elwes, the 
relict, and Herbert Tames Hartcup and 
Frank Stratton Ellen. 



=Ann Sherson, dau. of John 
Tawse ; marr. 23 July 1891 ; 
died at The Cottage,West End, 
Esher, co. Surrey, 26 Septem- 
ber 191 1, bur. in Brompton 
Cemetery. Will dated 19 
April 1905, with codicil dated 
7 November 1906, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1488, 11) 24 
October 191 1, by Sir Charles 
Hamilton Rushout, Baronet, 
and Henry William Knight 
Erskine. 2nd wife. 



Kenneth Walter Maria Lott,=Grace Isabella Laura, marr. at St. Mary, 
4th son of John Lott of Star of the Sea, Hastings, co. Sussex, 
Lombard Croft, Lichfield, on Saturday, 17 June igii. 
CO. Stafford. 



I 
Grace Isabella Cecil, died 
unmarried, aged 23, at the 
Rectory, Bigby, co. Lin- 
coln, on Wednesday, 14 
September 1870. Admon 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 15 December 
1870, to Caroline Eliza 
Cecil Venner, wife of 
Leonard Sidebottom 
Venner, mother. 



Shafto Robert Cary 
Elwes, born at 
Spennels House, 
Kidderminster, co. 
^Vorcester, 24 
December 1847 ; 
educated at Rugby, 
admitted August 
1861 ; died, aged 35, 
at Sydney, New 
South Whales, on 
Wednesday, 1 8 .April 
1883. 



Isabella Ruth, born at 5 Waterloo Place, 
Leamington, co. Warwick, on Thursday, 
19 September 1850; died unmarried, at 
St. Rode, Bournemouth, co. Hants, on 
Friday, 20 July, bur. in the cemetery at 
Rournemoutli on Tuesday, 24 July 1900. 
Will dated 15 May 1900, with two codicils 
dated 15 May 1900 and 16 June 1900, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1280, 1900) 24 Sep- 
tember 1900, hy Admiral Charles John 
Rowley and Richard Reade Newman. 



148 




Arms on record in the College of Arms. — 
Or two bars azure between four escallops three 
in chief and one in base gules between two 
flaunches of the second. 

Crest. — In front of a dexter arm embowed in 
armour the hand in a gauntlet proper grasping 
an arrow in bend sinister or flighted argent three 
escallops also or. 

Motto. — Signum qurerens in vellere. 



Clark of 3Rupertstoooti. 



The H()ii'>'' William John Turner^Elizabeth, dau. of 
Clarke, formerly of Fivehead, co. , the Rev. George 
Somerset (2nd son of William 
Clarke of St. Hotolph'.s, Aldgate, 
London, by Sarah 'I'urner his wife, 
of West Zoyland, co. Somerset) ; 
went to Australia in 1840, settled 
first in Tasmania and afterwards 
at Victoria ; Member of the Legis- 
lative C<iuiicil of Victoria; died at 
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 
in 1873, bur. there. 



Pyke Uowling, 
Curate of Puck- 
ington, CO. Somer- 
set, by Anne 
Biggs his wife, 
of Bristol, CO. 
Gloucester ; bur. 
at Melbourne. 



Mary, 2nd dau.= 
of the Hon'''= 
John Walker, 
Member of 
the Legislative 
and Executive 
Councils of 
Tasmania; 
marr. 23 No- 
vember i860 ; 
died in 1871. 
1st wife. 



=Honi''<^ Sir William=i 
John Clarke, Baro- \ 
net, LL.D., of 
Rupertswood, co. 
Bourke, in the 
colony of Victoria ; 
born in Tasmania 
in 1831 ; created a 
Baronet 19 Decem- 
ber 1882; LL.D.; 
Member of the 
Legislative Council 
of Victoria 1878 ; 
died 15 May 1897, 
bur. at .Melbourne. 



=J an et Ma rian, 
eldest dau. of the 
Hon'''"= Peter Snod 
grass of Victoria, 
Member of the 
Legislative Assem- 
bly of Victoria ; 
married at St. 
Peter's, Melbourne, 
21 January 1873 ; 
died in April 1909, 
bur. at Melbourne. 
2nd wife. 



Chesborough Falcouar John Macdonald of Falcon Manor, Towcester, co.=j=Alice Blanche, of 



Falcon Manor, 

Towcester, and of 
I 7 Stratton Street, 
Piccadilly ; born 4 
August 1862 ; marr. 
at St. Mary's Sun- 



Northampton, and of Wantabadgery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales 

(eldest son of Chesborough Claudius Macdonald of Cadargah, and The 

Auburn, Queensland, Australia, by Annie Campbell his wife, dau. of James 

Galbraith, Writer to the Signet) ; born in New England, New South Wales, 

23 August 1850; J.I^. for CO. Northampton; died at 17 Stratton Street, 

Piccadilly, London, on Monday, 23 June, bur. at Green's Norton, co. 

Northampton, on Thursday, 26 June 191 9. Will dated 24 December ! bur>', Victoria, 8 

1915, with two codicils dated 17 August and 4 November 1918, proved December 1S87 

in the Principal Registry 9 February 1920, by Alice Blanche Macdonald, \ 

relict, Claudius .\ugustus Kerr Macdonald, brother, and William Ion I'alconar 

Macdonald, son. t\ 

(.SVc Pedif;>-ef of Afac.wnal,!, p.ij^e /J.) 



Reginald Power=j=Mary Phyllis, 
of Toorak, near | born ;it Brigh- 
Melbourne, son 
of Herbert Power 
of Melbourne. 



A 



ton, CO. Sussex, 
in 1887 ; marr. 
at Ruperswood 
22 May 1909. 



Charles Robert Tolver Michael Cierard-- 
Dicconson (only soii of the Hon''''= Robert 
Joseph Gerard- Dicconson, and grandson of 
Sir Robert Tolver Gerard, ist Baron Gerard 
and 13th Baronet); born 28 February 1894: 
2nd Lieutenant Grenadier Guards 3 Sc;jtember 
1913, Lieutcn.tnt 2 November 1914; A.D.C. 
15 January to 16 August 19 15 ; served in 
European W. ■• 1915-16 (mentioned in des- 
patches, "London Gazette," i January igi6). 

{Sue Pedigm- of Gerard, Vol. p, page log, 
and Addinda, Vol. ig, page x.xxviii.) 



=Ainiee Gwen- 
dolyn, born at 
Toorak in 1S94; 
marr. at the 
Chinch of the 
.Assu \\\ p t io n, 
Vi'.irwick Street, 
Regent Street, 
London, on 
Tuesday, 1 9 
October 1915. 



149 



Thomas Biggs Clarke, born in=i=Hannah, dau. of Henric Nicholas 
1833 ; settled in Australia. | of Caywood, Tasmania. 

A 



Aimfee Mary, dau. of the Hon''''==fSir Rupert Turner Havelock Clarke,=j=Elsie Florence, dau. 



Thomas Forrest Gumming of 
Victoria, Australia, Member of the 
Legislative Council; niarr. 22 
Decemberi886; divorced inigog. 
She married 2ndly, 26 April 1910, 
Sir Philip Henry Brian Grey- 
Egerton, 12th Baronet, ist wife. 



Baronet, of Rupertswood, co. 
Bourke, in the colony of Victoria ; 
born at Rupertswood 16 March 
1865 ; educated at Melbourne; suc- 
ceeded his father as 2nd Baronet 
15 May 1897; Member of the 
Legislative Council for Victoria. 



of J. Partridge Tucker 
of Merthyne, Osgood 
Avenue, Marriekville, 
and of CO. Devon ; 
marr. in 1918. 2nd 
wife. 



William John Rupert Clarke, born at Sydney, 
New South Wales, in November 1919. 



Ernest Edward Dowling Clarke, 
born at Sydney in January 192 1. 



Clive Snodgrass 
Clarke, born 20 
October 1873; 
died 3 February 
1894, bur. at 
Melbourne. 



Major the Honi''= Robert Hamilton Lindsny (3rd son of=f=Mary Janet, of 
James Ludovic, 26th Earl of ^Crawford, K.T.) ; born 30 Hopton Hall, 
March 1874; educated at Charterhouse, admitted 1888; Great Yar- 
joined 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) as 2nd Lieutenant j mouth, co. Nor- 
10 October 1894, Lieutenant 1895, Captain 1901 ; Major folk, and of 7 
19 August T907 ; served in South African War 1899-1900 Charles Street, 
(Queen's medal with five clasps); A.D.C. to Governor and Mayfair, Lon- 
Commander-in-Chief of New South Wales i April to 10 don; born on 
November 1899, and to Viceroy of India (Earl Curzon) 8 August 1902 to 31 Christmas Day 
October 1903; Order of Philip the Magnanimous (Knight's Cross, ist-class); 1874 ; marr. 23 
died, aged 37, at Holgate Hill House, York, on Thursday, 7 December, bur. April 1903. 
at Ardington, co. Berks, 11 December rpir. Will dated 9 May 1903, with 
codicil dated 25 March 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 452, 12) 12 March 1912, by 
the Hon^' David Alexander Edward Lindsay, Lord Balcarres, and the Rev. 
the Hon'"'' Edward Reginald Lindsay, brothers. /K 



15° 



Joseph Clarke of Mandeville=7=Caroline (his cousin), daii. of Lewis Clarke of Essendon, Victoria 
Hall, Toorak, near Mel- | (brother of the Hon''" William John Turner Clarke, see page 



bourne, Victoria, Australia. 



141^); marr. 22 March i860. 



William John Turner Clarke, 
born 1 1 July 1862. 



Lewis Alexander Clarke, 
born 4 May ig^l- 



Hon'''' George Alexander= 
Cruikshank of Byron 
Inverell, New South 
Wales, M.P. ; marr. in 
1895; died II April 1904, 
bur. at Sydney. ist 
husband. 



=Ethel Maude,= 
born 12 July 
1867 ; died 3 
June 1907. 



=Professor Horatio Scott 
Carslaw of Sydney Uni- 
versity (4th son of the 
Rev. Dr. Carslaw of 
Helensburg, Scotland) ; 
marr. at Sydney 12 
February 1907. 2nd 
husband. 



Ernest Edward Dowling 
Clarke, born 19 May 
1869; Midshipman 
Royal Navy 15 August 
1884, Sub-Lieutenant 4 
August 1888, Lieutenant 
(retired). 



j^QfjWc William Lionel Russell Clarke of=f=Florence Douglas, dau. of Colonel Henry Douglas 



Rupertswood, co. Bourke, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia ; born 31 March 1876; Member of 
the Legislative Council, Southern Province, 
Victoria ;_ Lieutenant Australi;in Forces ; 
served in European War. 



Mackenzie of Hobart, Tasmania, by Julia Nina 
Sofala his wife, dau. of the Hon'''' John Bligh 
Suttor of Bathurst, New South AVales ; marr. at 
Melbourne, Australia, 23 September 1908. 



John Russell Clarke, born at 
9 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, 
London, 15 December 1909. 



Janet Marjorie Nina, 
born at Rupertswood 
in 1911. 



Michael Alastair Clarke, 
born at Rupertswood 
in 1915. 



Agnes Petrea Josephine, Francis Grenville Clarke of Thule Station, Eshnea,=j=Nina, dau. of 



born 3 September 1877 ; and Salisbury, South Yarra, Melbourne; born 14 
died 20 March 1879. March 1879 ; Member of the Legislative Council, 

Northern Province, Victoria. 



John Holywell Clarke, born at 
Oxford in 1902 ; died in 1918. 

Margaret Mary, born in 1904. 



Patricia Kathleen, born in 1906. 

William Anthony Francis ("larke, 
born in 1908. 



Thomas Cotton; 
marr. in 1901. 



A daughter, 
born in 
December 

1920. 



151 



Lieut. -Colonel Regiiald Hastings Clnrke, born 2 6=i=Ernestine Maud, of Woomargama, 
October 1880; Lieut.-Colonel in Command of Common- , Ahury, New South Wales, dau. of 
wealth Forces of Australia; formerly Lieutenant 15th I Edmund Govett; marr. at Melbourne 
Hussars; died 17 March 1914, bur. at Melbourne, ! in 1904. 
Australia. I 



Joan Rosemary, born Reginald Clive Nevil Clarke, Ernestine Elizabeth, 
29 September 1908. born 29 September 1910. born 4 May 1914. 



Major George Landale of Dahwilly Hall,=j=Lily Vera Mon- 
Deniliquin, New South Wales, and of Derre- 1 tague Douglas, 
weit, Macedon Upper, Victoria, Australia ; ; born 2 1 Sep- 
born 24 December 1877 ; 2nd Lieutenant 3rd tember 1883 ; 
Hussars 15 December 1897, Lieutenant 23 married at Mel- 
December 1899, Captain 6 October 1902 ; J bourne 9 No- 
of the Reserve of Officers; served in South vember 191 1. 
African War 1902 (Queen's medal with three ; 
clasps) ; served as Major 3rd Hussars in i 
European War. /K 



Robert Senox= 
Greenknow of 
Toorak, near 
Melbourne. 



=Ivy Victoria, 
born 2 Oc- 
tober 1887 ; 
married at 
Toorak. 



A 



'52 



WINCHESTER. 

Arms on record in ike College of ^rm.— Sable three swords in pile 
points in base argent pommels and hilts or. 

Crest.— A falcon wings displayed or belled of the same and gorged with 
a ducal coronet gules. 

Supporters.— Tvio hinds purpure sem^e of estoiles and ducally 
gorged or. 

Motto. — Aymez loyault^. 



Wim\)mtx. 



Charles Ingoldsby Burroughs - Paulet, Marquess of=f=Anne, 2nd dau. 



Winchester, Earl of \Vinchester and Baron St. John 
of Basing (elder son of George Paulet, 12th Marquess 
of Winchester, by Martha his wife, dau. of Thomas 
Ingoldsby); born 27 January, bapt. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, n February 1764; Ensign ist 
Foot Guards 21 February 1784; Lieut.-Colonel North 
Hampshire Militia 27 March 1796; M.P. for Truro 
10 February 1792 to 20 May 1796; Lord-Lieutenant 
of CO. Hants 1798-1800; Groom of the Stole to Kings 
George IIL 7 March 1812, to George IV. 29 January 
1820 and to William IV. 24 July 1830; sworn of the 
Privy Council 30 March 181 2 ; one of the Lord Guardians 
of the Realm 18 September to 8 November 1821; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 16 August 1839, the 
additional surname of Burroughs before that of Paulet in 
compliance with the will of Dame Sarah Salusbury ; 
succeeded his father as 13th Marquess 22 April 1800 ; died, 
aged 78, in Cavendish Square, London, on Wednesday, 
29 November 1843, bur. at Amport, co. Hants. Will 
dated 16 February 1843, proved (P.C.C. 170, 44) 
29 February 1844, hy Henry Beaumont Coles. 



of John Andrews 
of Shotney Hall, 
CO. Northumber- 
land ; married 
31 July i8oo ; 
died 21 March 
1 84 1, bur. at 
Amport. 



Colonel John Paulet, Marquess of Winchester; born at Amport House= 
3 June 1801 ; educated at Eton; entered the Army as Cornet 
loth Hussars 10 April 1817, Lieutenant 1820, Captain 3'ist Foot 
12 June 1823, of the 8th Hussars 4 December 1823, Major 
1826, Lieut.-Colonel 30 December 1826 ; Colonel Hampshire 
Militia 7 June 1843, Hon. Colonel 15 March 1872; D.L. for co. 
Hants 31 March 1847, Lord -Lieutenant 10 November 1852; 
Vice -Admiral for co. Dorset; succeeded his father as 14th 
Marquess 29 November 1843; died, aged 86, at Amport House 
on Monday, 4 July 1887. Will dated 3 November 1884, with 
codicil dated i September 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 743, 87) 
27 August 1887, by Augustus John Henry Beaumont, Marquesn of 
Winchester, son. 



=Hon'''= Mary Montagu, 
elder dau. of Henry, 6th 
and last Baron Rokeby 
of Armagh, K.C.B.; born 
31 March 1828; marr. 
at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, 29 November 
1855; died, aged 40, 
at Amport St. Mary's, 
CO. Hants, on Satur- 
day, 5 September 1868. 



Augustus John Henry Beaumont Paulet, Marquess of Winchester; born 6 February 1858; 
educated at Eton; D.L. lor co. Southampton; Lieutenant Hampshire Militia 31 July 1875 ; 
2nd Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 27 September 1879, Lieutenant 1881, Captain i8yo. 
Major 3 April 1897; served in the Soudan Expedition 1885 at Suakin, actions at Hasheen, 
Tofrek and Tamai (medal with two clasps, bronze star) ; succeeded his father as 15th Marquess 
4 July 1887 ; killed in action at Magersfontein, South Africa, 18 I.)ecember 1899; cremated at 
Woking 6 February 1900. Will dated 29 September 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 532, 1900) 
16 March 1900, by the Hon'''' George Ralph Charles Ormsby Gore, the Hon''"' Henry Charles 
Legge and Frederick Wolfe. 



156 



I 

Caroline Margaret, 3rd=7=Rev. Charles Paulet, born at Amport^Joan Frederica Mathewana, 



dau. of Sir John 
Ramsden, 4th Baronet, 
by Louisa Susan his 
wife, dau. and coheir of 
Charles, loth and last 
Viscount Irvine ; marr. 
18 August 1831 ; died 
at Les Bains de Bormio, 
Lombard)', on Wednes- 
day, 6 October 1847. 
ist wife. 



{See page ijg.) 



House, CO. Hants, 13 August 1802 ; 
of Clare College, Cambridge, M.A. 
1824 ; Prebendary of Salisbury, and 
Vicar of Wellesbourne, co. War- 
wick ; died, aged 68, at 34 Regency 
Square, Brighton, co. Sussex, on 
Saturday, 23 July 1870, bur. at 
Wellesbourne, co. Warwick. Will 
dated 20 July 1870, with codicil of 
same date, proved (Prin. Reg., 619, 
7c) 3 September 1870, by Charles 
William Paulet, son, and John James. 



eldest dau. of Bernard Granville 
of Calwich Abbey, co. Stafford, 
and of Wellesbourne Hall, by 
Mathewana Sarah his ist wife, 
2nd dau. of Matthew Richard 
Onslow, Captain Coldstream 
Guards ; marr. at Wellesbourne 
on Saturday, 10 August 1850; 
died, aged 89, at Fox Hills, 
Chertsey, on Thursday, 19 De- 
cember, bur. at Wellesbourne on 
Monday, 23 December 1918. 
2nd wife. 



I I 

Ernest Ingoldsby Frederic La Coque Thome, M.D.,=Adela, born at Wellesbourne 22 

Paulet, born at Wei- of The Manor House, Adderbury February 1854, bapt. there; marr. 

lesbourne 22 August East, Banbury, co. Oxford; ^LD. at St. George's, Hanover Square, 

1851, bapt. there; St. Andrew's 1891, ALR.C. P. Lond. London, on Saturday, 5 June 

diedg February i8s3, 1891, M.R.C.S. Eng. and L.S.A 1886; died 15 July 1893, bur. at 

bur. at Wellesbourne. 1869 ; J. P. for co. Warwick. Adderbury. 



Lieut.- General Sir [Edward Thomas Henry Hutton of Fox Hills, Chertsey,=Eleanor Mary, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G. '(son of Edward Thomas Hutton of Beverley, co. York, by born 25 April 
Jacintha Charlotte his wife, dau. of the Rev. James Phipps Eyre of Beverley) ; 1858, bapt. at 
born at Torquay, co. Devon, 6 December 1848; educated at Eton; entered Wellesbourne; 
the Army as Ensign 60th Foot 9 August 1867, Lieutenant 1871, Captain married at 
King's Royal Rifle Corps 1879, Major (by brevet) 1882, Major 1883, Lieut.- St. Paul's, 
Colonel 1889, Colonel (by brevet) 1892, Major-General 1901, Lieut.- General Knightsbridge, 
1907, retired 26 December 1907 ; Hon. Colonel 7th Battalion King's Royal London, on 
Rifle Corps 16 November 1901; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 21 December Saturday, i 
1892 ; Commandant Colonial Forces, New South Wales, 20 April 1893 ; A.A.G. June 1889. 
Dublin District 26 November 1896, and to the Curragh District i May 1897 ; 
G.O.C. Militia, Dominion of Canada, 11 August 1898; Major-General 
Eastern Command i October 1905; Commanding the Forces Commonwealth of Australia 
26 December 1901 ; Hon. Colonel 2nd and 5th Australian Light Horse Regiments (New 
South Wales Mounted Rifles) i July 1903; served in South African War 1879-81, in Zulu 
Campaign (medal with clasp), in Transvaal Campaign 1881 ; in Egyptian Expedition 1882, at 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, bronze star, brevet of Major, 4th-class Medjidie) ; 
in the Soudan Expedition 1884-85, at the Nile (clasp); in South African War 1900 as Special 
Service Officer, afterwards on Staff (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 16 April 
1901, Queen's medal with five clasps, K.C.M.G. 29 November 1900); granted the reward 
for Distinguished and Meritorious Services i April 1904; C. B. 26 >Iay 1894, K.C.B. 14 June 
1912 ; Order of the Rising Sun of Japan (2nd-class). 



Randolph Gordon ErsklneWemyss of Wemyss Castle, co. Fife (3rd= 
son of James Hay Erskine-Wemyss of Wemyss Castle and Torrie 
House, CO. Fife, ALP., by Millicent Ann Mary his wife, dau. of 
the Hon''"' John Keimedy Erskine) ; bom at Wemyss Castle on 
Sunday, 11 July 1858; J. P. and D. L. for co. Fife; Captain Fife- 
shire Light Horse Volunteers 1883 ; died, aged 50, at 9 Chesterfield 
Street, Mayfair, London, on Friday, 1 7 July 1908. He married 2i)dly 
in London on Wednesday, 23 November 1898, Lady Eva Cecilia 
Margaret (Wellesley), only dau. of William Henry, 2nd Earl Cowley ; 
born II February 1865. 



=Lilian Mary, of 8 Seymour 
Street, Portman Square, 
London ; born at Lowndes 
Square, Westminster, 26 
July 1859; marr. 28 July 
1884; divorced on her 
petition in July 1898. 



Admiral George Paulet, C.B. ; born at Rupert House, =f=Georgina, dau. of Major- General Sir 



CO. Hants, 12 August 1803; entered the Royal 
Naval College 6 February 181 7 ; Midshipman 18 
December 18 19, Lieutenant 1825, Commander 1828, 
Captain 1833, Rear-Admiral 1856, Vice-Admiral 1863, 
Admiral 20 March 1867; Commander " Bellerophon " 
7 November 1850-55; Aide-de-Camp to Queen 
Victoria 22 September 1854 to 21 July 1856; C.B. 
5 July 1855 ; an officer of the Legion of Honour and 
Knight of the Medjidie; died, aged 7 6, at 21 Marlborough 
Hill, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 
22 November 1879. Will dated 26 June 1879, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1018, 79) 15 December 1879, by St. John 
Claude Paulet, son. 



George Wood, K.C. B., of Ottershaw 
Park, CO. Surrey ; marr. at St. Souls', 
Marylebone, London, 11 July 1835, 
marriage settlements dated previous 
day ; died at Farnham Royal, co. Buck- 
ingham, 17 January 1889. Will dated 
29 April 1873, with codicil dated 
2 November 1886, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 153, 89) 28 February 1889, 
by George Paulet and St. John Claud 
Paulet, sons. 



George Paulet, born 16 June 1836; entered 
the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Royal 
(North British) Regiment of Dragoons, 19 
June 1857; Lieutenant 31 January 1858; 
afterwards of the 2nd Life Guards ; died 
at 1 1 Waterloo Street, Brighton, co. Sussex, 
on Thursday, 12 November 1891. Will 
dated 22 June 1872, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1 173) 91) 16 December 1891, by St. John 
Claude Paulet, brother. 



St. John Claude Paulet, born at Culverlands, 
near Farnham, co. Hants, 30 April 1839 ; 
Ensign 5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales' ) 
Regiment of Dragoon Guards 6 August 1858 ; 
Lieutenant 16 April 1861 ; died unmarried, 
aged 69, at 18 Manchester Street, Manchester 
Square, London, on Thursday, 9 July 1908. 
Will dated 29 October 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1 1 28, 1908) 23 July 1908, by John 
Havard Allden Arnold. 



Henry William Montagu Paulet, Marquess of Winchester, Earl= 
of Wiltshire and Baron St. John of Basing ; born in Grafton 
Street, St. Pancras, London, 30 October 1862; Major 13th 
Battalion Rifle Brigade, formerly Lieutenant 3rd Battalion 
The Hampshire Regiment (23 March 1881) and Captain 
Hampshire Imperial Yeomanry (1902-1905) ; President 
Hampshire Territorial Force Association 1908: J. P. and 
D.L. for CO. Hants, Lord-Lieutenant 1904 ; Hereditary 
Bearer of the Cap of Maintenance and Premier Marquess 
of England ; Lord-Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum and 
Chairman of County Councils for co. Hants 1904-1909; 
succeeded his brother as i6th Marquess 18 December 1899 ; 
served in European War 19 15, Commandant Lines of 
Communication. 



=Charlotte Josephine, G.B.E., 
eldest dau. of Colonel John 
Stanley Howard of Ballina Park 
and Friar's Hill, co. Wicklow ; 
niarr. at St. George's Cathedral, 
Cape Town, South Africa, on 
Tuesday, 23 February 1892 ; 
G.B.E. 19 18. She married istly 
by special licence at Christ 
Church, Bray, co. Wicklow, 23 
April 1872, Samuel Garnett of 
Arch Hall, co. Meath, who died 
in 1892. 



Charles Standish Paulet, M.V.O., of 16 Gloucester Place, Portnian Square,= 
London ; born at 26 Dover Street, Piccadilly, London, on Wednesday, 
29 October 1873; educated at Eton; 2nd Lieutenant 7th Battalion The 
King's Royal Rifle Corps 6 August 1892; 2nd Lieutenant Warwickshire 
Imperial Yeomanry 1896, Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
1900, Captain Warwickshire Imperial Yeomanry 29 January 1902 ; Hon. 
Captain in the Army 18 July 1901 ; served in the South African War 1900 
-1901, with the Imperial Yeomanry (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with four clasps) ; Deputy- 
Assistant Director at War Office as temporary Major ; M.V.O. (4th-class) 
1917 ; Member of Order of Rising Sun of Japan (3rd-class) and of Crown 
of Italy (3rd-class). 



=Lilian Jane Cun- 
ninghame, dau. of 
William Thomas 
Exham Fosbery, 
Major 77 th Regi- 
ment, formerly of 
Warwick ; marr. at 
St. Mary's, \Var- 
wick, 24 October 
1901. 



Richard Charles Paulet, born 
8 July 1905, bapt. at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London. 



Pamela, born 23 November 
1909, bapt. at Kirk Ham- 
merton, co. York. 



Eileen Cecil Theo, 
born in August 1917. 



I 

Field-Marshal Sir \Villi;im I'aulet, CCR.; born at Ainport House, co. Hants, 7 July 1804; 
educated at Eton, admittud 1820 ; entered tlie Army as 2nd Lieutenant 85th Foot 1 February 1821, 
LieutL-nant 7th Foot 1S22, Captain S5tli Foot 1S25, of the 63rd Foot 1827 and of the 21st Foot 
1828: Major 68th Foot 1833, Lieut. -Colonel 1843, Colonel 1854, i\Lajor-General 1858, Lieut. - 
(jeneral 1S67, (General 1874, Field-Marshal 10 July 1886; Colonel 87th Foot 27 July 1863; 
and of the Durham Light Infantry u April V864 ; liquerry to H.R.IL the Duke of Cambridge ; 
Major-Gencral Infantry Brigade, .\ldeishot, i September 1856; Major-(Jeneral South-Western 
District i April i860; Adjutant General to the Forces, Headquarters of Army, 1 July 1865; 
served in the Crimean Campaign 1854-55 as A.A.G. Cavalry division, at battles of Alma, 
Balaclava, Inkerman and siege of Sevastopol (mentioned in despatches, " London Gazette," 
17 November 1854 and 19 January 1855 (medal with four clasjjs, 'I'urkisii medal); C.B. 
5 July 1855, K.C.B. 28 NIarch 1865, G.C.B. 20 May 1871; 4th-class Legion of Honour; 
Commander of the ist-class St. Maurice and St. Lazarus of Italy ; 3rd-class Medjidie ; died 
unmarried, aged 88, at 18 St. James' Square, London, on Tuesday, 9 May 1893. Will dated 
24 August 1 89 1, proveil (Prin. Reg., 584, 93) 3 June 1893, by Augustus John Henry Beaumont, 
Marquess of Winchester, antl Augustus Frederick Arthur, Baron .Sandys and John James. 



Caroline i\L\igaret, Rev. Charles=i=Joan Frederica Mathewana, 



3rd dau. of Sir John | Paulet. 
Ramsden, Baronet. 



/K 



eldest dau. of Bernard 
Granville of Wellesbourne 
Hall, CO. Warwick. 



(J"}?/- issue see page 13 J.) 



Susan Amelia= 
Georgiana Carr, 
dau. of William 
Standish Standish 
of Duxbury Park, 
CO. Lancaster, and 
Cocken Hall, co. 
Durham ; marr. at 
St. George's, Han- 
overSquare, London 
(by the Rev. Charles 
Paulet), on Thurs- 
day, 3 December 
1863; died, aged 52, 
at Wellesbourne 
House 18 October 
18S5. I St wife. 



=Colonel Charles William Paulet of Manor House,= 
\Vellesbourne ; born 27 September 1832; Cornet 
9th (Light) Dragoons 21 November 1851, Lieutenant 
14 September 1855, Captain 12 November 185S ; 
Lieut.- Colonel Commandant Warwickshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 9 June 1880, Hon. Colonel 1S81 ; served 
with 7th Hussars in the Indian Campaign February 
1858 to March 1859, at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow ; also in the Trans-Gogra Campaign (medal 
and clasp) ; High Sheriff for co. Warwick 1882 ; died, 
aged 64, at 12 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton, on 
Thursday, 8 April, bur. at Wellesbourne on Tuesday, 
13 April 1897. Will dated 25 September 1890, 
with two codicils dated 24 February and 3 
April 1897, proved (Prin. Reg., 699, 97) 17 June 
1897, by Bevil Granville, Mary Paulet, relict, and 
Ernest Knightley Little. 



=Mary, 2nd dau. of 
Captain Mildmay 
Clerk of Spratton 
Hall, CO. North- 
ampton ; marr. 25 
September 1890 ; 
died at Newbold 
Pacey Hall, co. 
Warwick, on Tues- 
day, 19 February 
1901. Will dated 
23 October 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 

633. i9°i) 2 May 

i9or, by Ernest 

Knightley Little. 
2nd wife. 



Cecil Henry I'aulet, born at 10 

Belgrave Square, London, on Saturday, 6 March 

1875; 2nd Lieutenant Dorset Yeomanry ; served in 

European \Var and was killed in action 26 February 

1916. 



,owndes Street,=j=lLthel Frances, of Lydford Hall, Taunton, 



CO. Somerset, dau. of Major Cowan of 
Alveston Lodge, co. Warwick ; marr. 6 
September 1898 



Yiolet Susan Mary, 
born 1 2 January 
1903- 



George Cecil Paulet, 
born 25 I'cliruary 
1905. 



John Valentnie Paulet, 
"born 14 February 1909. 



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Rear-Admiral \Villiam Ramsden of Oxton Hall, co. York (2nd son= 
of Sir John Ramsden, Baronet, by the Hon'''^ Louisa Susannah 
[Ingram-Shephcrd] his wife, 5th dau. and coheir of Charles, 9th 
and last Viscount Irvine); bom 15 August 1789; entered the Navy 
as ist-class Volunteer in August 1803, Midshipman i8o6. Lieutenant 
1808, Commander 1813, Captain 1822, Rear-Admiral (retired) 
I September 1846; died at Byrani Hall, co. York, on Friday, 30 
December 1853. Will dated 13 December 1853, proved (P.C.C. 
149, 54) 22 February 1854, by the Hon*"'' Annabella Ramsden, the 
relict, Charles Ramsden, brother and John Curtis. 



=Annabella, born at Amport 
House, CO. Hants, 6 Au- 
gust 1805 ; marr. at All 
Souls', Marylebone, Lon- 
don, 6 August 1827 ; died 
at 3 Upper Eccleston 
Street, Belgrave Square, 
London, on Saturday, 
26 May 1855. 



Sir Charles Des Vceux, Baronet (eldest son of Sir Charles Philip Vinchon 
Des Vceu.x, ist Baronet, of Indiville, Queen's County, by Mary Anne his wife, 
3rd dau. of the Very Rev. Arthur Champagn^, Dean of Clonmacnoise) ; born 
5 September 1779 ; succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet in August 1814 ; died, 
aged 79, at Sillwood House, Brighton, co. Sussex, on Tuesday, 28 September 
1858, bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London. Will dated 10 March 1853, 
with three codicils dated 6 June 1853 to 24 August 1858, proved (Prin. Reg., 
684, 58) 16 November 1858, by Sir William Henry Des Vceux, Baronet, son, 
and Henry Wickham Wickham, nephew. He married istly in June 1801 
Christina, dau. of Richard Hind of Rawdon, co. York, who died in Belgrave 
Square, London, on Tuesday, 20 July 1841, and was bur. in Kensal Green 
Cemetery, London. /K 



i=Cecilia, born 
in Portman 
I Square, Lon- 
! don, 12 No- 
vember i8o6; 
marr. 13 De- 
cember 1842 ; 
died 23 Au- 
gust 1890. 
2nd wife. 



Lieut.- General Frederick Paulet, C.B. ; born 12 May 1810; entered the Army as Ensign and 
Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 11 June 1826, Lieutenant and Captain 1830, Captain and Lieut. - 
Colonel 1846, Colonel 1854, Major-General i860, Lieut.- General 12 February 1870; Colonel 
32nd Foot 3 August 1868; Comptroller of the Household and Equerry to the Duchess of 
Cambridge 1867 ; granted Distinguished Service Reward i March i860 ; served with the 
Coldstream Guards in the Crimean War 1854 to 26 May 1855, including the battles of Alma 
(horse killed). Balaclava, and Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol (medal with four clasps, C.B. 
29 December 1856, Legion of Honour (3rd-class) 1856 and Knight of the Medjidie (3rd-class), 
Turkish medal) ; died unmarried, aged 60, at The Albany, Piccadilly, London, on Sunday, 
r January 1871. Will dated 24 August 1866, proved (Prin. Reg., 199, 71) 20 March 1871, by 
Alexander Hemsley. 



Cecilia Louisa, born at Wellesbourne, co. 
Warwick, 23 November 1835 ; died 2 March 
■ 836. 



Henry John Paulet, born at Wellesbourne 
23 December 1837 ; died i January 1838. 



Frederick John Paulet, born at 
Wellesbourne, co. Warwick, 7 
August 1839 ; died, aged 7, at 
Brighton, 26 September 1846. 



Cecil Henry Paulet, born at Wellesbourne 14 October 1841 ; 
educated at Eton ; Ensign 60th (The King's Royal Rifle 
Corps) 31 July i860; died, aged 22, at Boulogne-sur-Mer, 
France, on his way home from Italy, on Good Friday, 25 
March 1864. 



160 




Wrrncj) of Clapion i?ou0e, 
CO. &ud\tng|)am. 

General Sir Harry Calvert, liaruiiet,=pCaroline, 2niJ 



Arms on record in the College of Anns. — 
Quarterley : I-st and 4th, Azure on a cross 
argent fimbriated or five nuiUets giiles, 
Verney ; 2nd and 3rd, Paly of six erminois 
and pean a bend engrailed counter-changed, 
Calvert. 

Crests. — I, A demi-phrenix iii flames 
proper chartjed with five mullets in cross 
or and looking at rays of the sun, Verney ; 
2, Out of a mural coronet argent two spears 
erect therefrom two pennons Howing towards 
the dex'.er one erminois the other pean, 
Calvert. 

Mottoes over Crests. — I, Ung sent nng 
soleil, Verney; 2, Servata fides cineri, 
Calvert. 



G.C.B., G.C.H. ^only .son of Peter 
Calvert of Hampton Court Palace, by 
Maiy his wife, dau. of Thomas Reeves, 
M.l).); bapt. in March 1763; educated 
at Harrow ; 2nd Lieutenant 23rd Foot 
24 April 177s, Lieutenant 1779, 
Captain 1 785, of the Coldstream 
Guards 1790, Major by brevet 1793, 
D.A.G. 1790, Adjutant-General 1799, 
Lieut. -Colonel 63rd Foot 1799, Colonel 
5lh West India Regiment 1800, Major- 
(jeneral 1803, Lieut.- General 1810, 
(General 182 1 ; A.D.C. to H.R.H. 
Duke of York in Holland 1793-94 ; 
.served through Lord Cornwallis's 
American Campaign and was taken 
prisoner at the surrender of York 
'I'own in 1781, leleased at the 
peace of 1783; created a Baronet 3 
December 1818; Governor of Chelsea 
Hospital 1820; Commissioner of the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and 
of the Royal Military Asylum ; died at 
Claydon House, co. Buckingham, on 
Monday, 4 September 1826, bur. at 
Middle Claydon. The church of Steeple 
Claydon has a spire erected to bis 
memory. ^Vill dated 2 November 1820, 
with six codicils dated 24 .■\pril 1821 to 
22 June 1824, proved (P.C.C. 482 
S'lVahey) 26 September 1826, by John 
Calvert and Charles Greenwood. 



dau. of Thomas 
Hammersley of 
Pall Mall, Lon- 
don, by Anne 
his wife, dau. of 
Fi ancis Green- 
wood ; marr. at 
St.Janies',Picca- 
dilly, London, on 
.Saturday, 8June 
1799 ; died at 
Little Camden 
House, Cam- 
den Hill, CO. 
Middlesex, 17 
June 1806. 



Rev. John William Cunningham, born in London 3 January 1780; of St.= 
John's College, Cambridge, B.A. (5th AVrangler) 1802, M.A. 1805, Fellow; 
Curate of Ripley, co. Surrey, 1802, of Clapham 181 1, Vicar of Harrow-on- 
the-Hill, CO. Middlesex, 1811-61 : edited "Christian Observer" 1850-58; 
author of "World Without Souls" (6th Edition 1816), and other works; 
diedj aged 8i, at Harrow-on-ihe-Hill, on Monday, 30 September 1861, bur. 
at the [)arish church, Harrow. Will dated 4 May 1861, with codicil dated 
21 May 1S61, proved (Prin. Reg., 570, 61), 30 October 1S61, by the Rev. 
Francis Macaulay Cunningham, John William Cunningham and Henry 
Stewart Cunningliam, Barrister-at-Law, sons. He married istly at Rick- 
mansworth, co. Hertford, 23 July 1805, Sophia, youngest dau. of Robert 
Williams of Moor Park. A 



=Mary, marr. at 
Middle Claydon, 
CO. Buckingham, 
on Tuesday, 24 
July 1827 ; died, 
aged 48, at Har- 
row, on Sunday, 
1 1 February 1S49, 
bur. at the parish 
church, Harrow. 
M.L 2nd wife. 



Catherine Eliza, born at the residence of her grandmother. Lady Hope, in Park Street, 
Westminster, on Tuesday, 5 July 1836; died, aged 20, at Claydon House, on Thursday, 
16 October 1856, bur. at Middle Claydon. 

161 



Eliza, dau. of= 
Rear-Admiral Sir 
George John- 
stone Hope, 
K.C.B., M.P., 
by the Hon'''' 
Georgiana Mary 
Anne, his 2nd 
wife, dau. of 
George, 7 th Lord 
Kinnaird ; marr. 
at St. James', 
Piixadilly, Lon- 
don, on Tuesday, 
30 June 1835; 
died at Claydon 
House, CO. Buck- 
ingham, on Fri- 
day, 2 January 
1857, buried in 
the churchyard at 
Middle Clavdon. 



^Rt. Hon'''' Sir Harry Verney, Baronet, of Claydon= 
House; born at 13 (Jrosvenor Place, London, on 
Monday, 7 December iSoi ; educated at Harrow, 
admitted January 181 2, at Downing College, 
Cambridge (Fellow-Commoner 1831-33), and at the 
Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; Attach(5 at 
Stuttgart 1819; Ensign 31st Foot 29 April 1819, 
Lieutenant 7th Foot 30 September following, 
Lieutenant (Srcnadier Guards 1824, Major 1827, 
retired 20 July 1830, Major Buckinghamshire 
Militia 25 November 1844 to 5 August 1846; 
Private Secretary to Sir Herbert Taylor at the 
Horse Guards ; assumed the surname of Vernev 
only, with the arms of Verney quarterly with 
those of Calvert by Royal Licence dated 9 
February 1827 ; M.P. for Buckingham 10 Decem- 
ber 1832 to 23 June 1841, Bedford 3 August 1847 
to I July 1852, and again for Buckingham 28 
May 1857 to February 1874, and 31 March 1880 
to 18 November 1885 ; j.P. and D.L. for co. 
Buckingham ; sworn a Privy ("ouncillor 9 July 1885 ; 
succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 4 September 
1826; Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society; 
one of the founders of the Royal Agricultural 
Society, 9 May 1838; Editor of "Journals and 
Correspondence of Sir Harry Calvert," 1853 ; estab- 
lished a County Hospital at Aylesbury, co. Bucking- 
ham, 1833 ; died, aged 92, at Claydon House, on 
Monday, 1 2 February, bur. in the cemetery at 
Middle Claydon on Thursday, 15 February 1894. 
M.L Will dated 17 September 1892, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 389, 94) 19 March 1894, by Sir Edmund Hope 
Verney, Baronet, and Dame Margaret Maria Verney. 



=Frances Parthenope, 
elder dau. of William 
Edward Nightingale 
[formerly Shore] of 
Embly House, co. 
Hants, and of Lea 
Hurst, CO. Derby, and 
sister of Florence 
Nightingale, O.M. ; 
born 19 April 1819 ; 
marr. at \Vl-1Iow, co. 
Hants, on Wednes- 
day, 23 June 1858 ; 
Author of "The 
Verney Family during 
the Civil \Var " (2 
vols.), 1892, and 
other works ; died, 
aged 71, at Claydon 
House, on Monday, 
12 May 1890, bur. in 
in the cemetery at 
Middle Claydon. Will 
dated 13 November 
1884, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 734, 90) 7 July 
1890, by Alfred 
Bonham Carter and 
William Bachelor 
Coltman. 



Captain Sir Edmund Hope Verney, Baronet, R.N., born 6= 
April 1838 ; educated at Harrow ; entered the Royal Navy j 
1 85 1, Lieutenant 1858, Captain 1877 ; served in the Crimean 
War 1854-55 (medal, Seb.istopol clasp, and Turkish medal), 1 
and in the Indian Mutiny 1857-58 (medal, Lucknow clasp, j 
mentioned in despatches, and promoted Lieutenant) ; com- 
manded the Liverpool Division of the Coastguard 1875-77; j 
M.P. for North Buckinghamshire 1885-86, and 1889-91 : ; 
Chairman of Anglesey Quarter Sessions 1877-90; J.P. and | 
D.L. for the counties of Buckingham and Anglesey (on roll 
for High Sheriff 1877); Member of Buckinghamshire County 
Council ; Member for Bri.xton in the first London County 
Council 1888 ; F.R.S., F.R.H.S., F.R.G.S., F.R.M.S. ; I 
succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet 12 February 1894;! 
Author of "The Shannon's Brigade in India," and other i 
works ; died at Claydon House on Sunday, 8 May, | 
bur. in the cemetery at Middle Claydon 11 May 1910. 
M.I. Will dated 10 December 1895, with four codicils I 
dated 10 December 1895 to 19 February 1908, proved | 
at O.xford 28 January 191 1, by Dame Margaret Maria ' 
Verney, relict. 



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^Margaret Maria, of Rhianva 
and Plas Rhoscoiyn, both co. 
Anglesey, elder dau. and coheir 
of Sir John Hay Williams- Hay, 
2nd Baronet, of Bodelwyddan, 
CO. Flint, by Lady Sarah Eliza- 
beth (Amherst) his wife, only 
dau. of William Pitt, ist Earl 
kmhtix?,l{seeFed!(;reeofAm/i£rst, 
Vol. ij, page 12) ; marr. at St. 
George's, Hanover Square, Lon- 
don, 14 January 1868 ; Member 
of Council of Welsh University 
and of North Wales University 
College, LL.D. {hon. causa) ; 
Junior Deputy Chancellor Uni- 
versity of Wales 1919-20) ; 
Editor of the Verney MSS. ; 
Author of Vols. 3 and 4 of 
the " Verney Memoirs " and of 
" Bucks Biographies." 



Very Rev. William Robert Fremautle, D.D., Dean of Ripon (4th son of= 
Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle, G.C.B., by Elizabeth his wife, 
dau. and coheir of Richard \Vynne of Falkingham, co. Lincoln) ; born at 
Swanbourne, co. Buckingham, 30 August 1807; educated at Westminster 
School, admitted 18 May 1818, and at Christ Church, Oxford (Fell 
Exhibitioner), matriculated 20 October 1825, B.A. 1829, Fellow of Magdalen 
1831-42, M.A. 1832, B. and D.D. 1876; a F^age at the Coronation of 
King William IV. 8 June 1829; Rector of I'itchot 1832-41; Vicar of 
Steeple Claydon 1841-68; Rector of Middle Claydon and Vicar of East 
Claydon, all co. Buckingham, 1841-76; Rural Dean of Claydon, Hon. 
Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1869-76 ; Dean of Ripon 18 April 1876 
till his death ; Author of " Memoir of the Rev. Spencer Thornton, Vicar of 
Weiidover, co. Buckingham," 1850, and other works; died, aged 87, at 
Inglewood, Atterbury Road, Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Friday, 8 March 
1895, l^ur. in Middle Claydon Cemetery. He married 2ndly at Branston, 
CO. Lincoln, on Thursday, 9 October 1879, Caroline, 3rd dau. of the Hon''''= 
Ale.xan.kr Leslie-Melville of Branston Hall, brother of David, 8th Earl of 
Leven and 7tli Earl of Melville. 



=Emily Caroline, 
born in Gros- 
venor Place, Lon- 
don, 30 June 
1803; marr. at 
Claydon on Wed- 
nesday 4 Novem- 
ber 1835 I died 
at the Deanery, 
Ripon, on Satur- 
day, 14 July 
1877. I St wife. 



Georgiana, born 13 May 1839 ; 
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, 30 
March 1843. 



Harry Calvert Verney, born at Claydon House 7 August 
1840; died, aged 11, on Friday, 10 October 185 1. 



Lieut. -Colonel William Henry Salmon of 57 Holland Park, Kensington, 
London (eldest son of \Villiam Percival Salmon, Captain 60th Rifles) ; 
born at Leamington, co. Warwick, on Thursday, 7 August 1862 ; 
educated at Cliarterhouse, admitted 1875 ; Lieutenant Berkshire Regiment 9 
September 1882, of the King's Royal Rifle Corps 1883, Captain 1891, Major 
1900, retired 8 October 1902 ; served in Egyptian Expedition 1884 in Soudan, 
at battles of El Teb and Tamai (medal with clasp, bronze star) ; at operations 
in Chitral 1895, ^*''l-h the relief force (medal with clasp); in South African 
War, 1900-1902, at operations m Natal and Orange River Colony; District 
Commissioner at Vrede 16 September 1900, afterwards on Staff as D.A.A.G. 
(Intelligence) 28 September 1900, and as Commandant at Badfontein 5 
December 1901 (Queen's medal with four clasps. King's medal with two 
clasps) ; Station Stafi" Officer, ist-class, India, 28 July 1897 ; Vice-Consul 
for Zanzibar 10 November 1891 ; served in European War on Sir Ian 
Hamilton's Staff at the Dardanelles, afterwards at Salonica, and in 1918 
went to Siberia on Red Cross work. y^ 



-Ellin, born at 16 
Queen's Gate 
Terrace, South 
Kensi ngton, 
on Tuesday, 
9 September 
1873 ; married 
at Middle 
Claydon on 
Wednesday, 20 
October 1897. 



163 



Abel Smith of Woodhall Park, co. Hertford (eldest son of SamueH 
Smith [brother of Robert, ist Lord Carringtoii] of Woodhall 
Park, by Elizabeth Frances his wife, dau. of Edmund Tumor 
of Panton House, co. Lincoln); born 17 July 1788; J. P. for 
CO. Hertford; M.P. for Malmesbury 30 January 1810 to 29 
September 1812, for Wendover 5 October 181 2 to lo June 
1818, for Midhurst 9 March 1820 to 24 July 1830, for Wen- 
dover 31 July 1830 to 3 December 1832, and for co. Hertford 
14 January 1835 '*' 23 July 1847 ; died, aged 70, at Woodhall 
Park, on Wednesday, 23 February 1859. Will, with six codicils, j 
dated 28 June 1848, proved in the Principal Registry 9 April 
1859, by Abel Smith and Robert Smith, sons. He married istly, 
at Melville House, Fife, on Wednesday, 28 August 1822, Lady 
Marianne (Leslie-Melville), youngest dau. of Ale-xander, 7th Earl I 
of Leven and 6th Earl of Melville ; she died in Berkeley Square, 
London, on Saturday, 22 March 1823. /|\ 



■Frances Anne, born in 
Grosvenor Place, London, 
loSeptember 1804 ; marr. 
at Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
on Wednesday, 12 July 
1826 ; died, aged8i, at 43 
Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 1 3 November 
1885. Will dated 20 
October 187 1, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1043, 85) 
22 December 1885, by 
Robert Smith, son. ist 
wife. 



Colonel George Hope Lloyd -Verney of The Cedars,^ 
Esher, co. Surrey ; born in Park Street, Westminster, 
5 March 1842; Ensign 74th Foot 23 March i860. 
Lieutenant (The Prince Consort's Own) Rifle 
Brigade 9 September 1S64, Hon. Colonel command- 
ing 3rd Battalion The Hampshire Regiment 1882 ; 
assumed the additional surname of Lloyd by Royal 
Licence dated 23 October 1866; A.D.C. to 
Governor of Queensland (Samuel Wensley Blackall) ; 
died at Clarens, Lake of (jeneva, Switzerland, on 
Sunday, 14 June 1896. Will dated 3 September 
1888, with codicil dated i April 1895, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 929, 96) 25 April 1896, by Harriet Julia 
Morforwyn Lloyd -Vernev, relict. 



=Harriet Julia Morforwyn, only dau. and 
heir of Major-General Charles Thomas 
Edward Hinde [afterwards Lloyd], Bengal 
Staff Corps, by Harriette Georgina his 
wife, dau. of \^'illiam Souter, Captain 
Bengal Army; marr. at Meerut, Lima, 
on Tuesday, 23 October 1S66 ; died at 
14 Hinde Street, Manchester Square, 
London, on Thursday, 31 July 1913. 
Will dated 8 December 1909, with 
codicil dated 21 January 191 3, proved 
Prin. Reg., 1485, 13) 25 September 
1913, by Harry Llovd-V'erney, son. 



James Hope Lloyd-Verney of Clochfaen, co. Montgomery, and Carriden House, Bo'ness, co. 
Linlithgow; born at Brisbane, Queensland, on Friday, 5 February 1S69; educated at Eton; 
Lieutenant 3rd Battalion Hampshire Regiment, afterwards Major ist London Volunteer 
luigineers ; died unmarried, aged 40, at 14 Hinde Street, Manchester Square, 13 November 
1909. AdiSon was granted at the Principal Registry 3 December 1909, to Harry Lloyd-Verney. 



Lettice Sarah, born at Rhianva, co. Anglesey, on Sunday, 
14 February 1875 ; died unmarried, aged 33, at Claydon 
House, on Whit-Sunday, 7 June 1908, bur. at Claydon. 



164 



I 

Frederick Calvert, Q.C., born g June 1806; educated= 
at Harrow, admitted I'^laster iiSiS, at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 18 November 1823, H.A. (ist-ciass 
Mathematics, 2nvl-class Classics) 1827, M.A. (Merton 
College) 1831 ; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 
28 January 1831 ; of Lincoln's Inn 9 May 1848 ; Q.C. 
23 February 1849 ; Bencher of the Inner Temple 
27 April 1849, Treasurer 1S69 ; J. P. and D. L. for 
CO. Buckingham ; M.P. for Aylesbury 27 December 
1850 to April 1851; Author of "Law Respecting 
Parties to Suits in Equity" ; died at 38 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, London, 011 Saturday, (> June 1891, bur. at 
Claydon, co. Buckingham. Will dated 13 March 1891, 
with codicil dated 20 May 1891, ;)roved (Prin. Reg., 
702, 91) 20 July iSyr, by Sir Harry Verney, Baronet, 
brother, Major-(jeneral Philip Smith, nephew, and 
Edward Youn" Western. 



=Lady Lucy Caroline (Herbert), eldest 
dau. of Edward, 2nd Earl of Powis, 
K.G., by Lady Lucy (Graham) his 
wife, 3rd dau. of James, 3rd Duke of 
Montrose, K.G. ; born 10 December 
18 19; niarr. at Welshpool, co. Mont- 
gomery, on Thursday, 14 September 
1865 ; died, aged 64, at 38 Upper 
(irosvenor Street, London, on Satur- 
day, 3 May 1884, bur. at Claydon. 
Will dated 2 December 1882, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 466, 84) 17 June 1884, 
by Frederick Calvert, husband, and 
Edward Young Western. 

(See Pedigree of Powis, Vol. ij, 
page 108.) 



Emily, born Frederick William Verney, born at Claydon^ 
at Claydon House, on Thursday, 26 February 1846 ; of 
House, CO. Christ Church, Oxiord, matriculated 27 
Buckingham, January 1865 ; B.A. (3rd-class Law and 
on Friday, 17 History) i860, M.A. 1876; Curate of St. 
March 1843; Mary's, ShetTield, co. York, 1870; afterwards 
died unmar- of the Inner Temj)le, called to the Bar 7 
ried, aged 29, June 1875 ; Lieutenant Buckinghamshire 
at Claydon Yeomanry Cavalry 188 1 ; English Secretary 
House, on to the Siamese Legation 1S82-97, Councillor 
Tuesday, 3 1897 (3rd-class White Elephant of Siam) ; 
September J. P. for the counties of Buckingham, Derby 
1872. and London (Peckham division); County 

Councillor for co. Buckingham (Wolverton 
division); M.P. for North Buckinghamshire 
19 January 1906 to December 1910. 



=Maude Sarah, of Kotolph 
House, Claydon, and of 33 
Manor House, Marylebone 
Road, London ; younger dau. 
and coheir of Sir John Hay 
Williams-Hay, 2nd Baronet, of 
Bodehvyddan,co. Flint, by Lady 
Sarah Elizabeth (Amherst) his 
wife, only dau. of William Pitt, 
ist Earl Amherst {see Pedigree 
of Amherst, Vol. ij, pui^e 12); 
marr. at St. George's, 1 lanover 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 
8 June 1870. 



Harry Lloyd-Verney, C.V.O., of Clochfaen, Llanidloes,= 
CO. Montgomery, and of i Rutland Gardens, Kensington, 
London ; born at The Cedars, Esher, co. Surrey, on 
Tuesday, 23 January, bapt. at the parish church, Esher, on 
^Vednesday, 6 March 1872; educated at Eton; Lieutenant 
I St Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers ; Hon. Attache in 
Diplomatic Service 1896 ; an Assistant Private Secretary to 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Marquess of Lans- 
downe) igoi ; Gentleman Usher to King Edward VII. 
1905-1907, Deputy Master of the Household 1907-11; 
(iroom -in -Waiting to H.M. King George V. 1911, and 
Private Secretary to H.M. Queen Mary 1919; M.V.O. 
(^th-class) 25 June 1909, C.V.O. 1917; 2nd-class Order 
of the Crown of Prussia ; [.P. for co. l,inlilhJow. 



=Lady Joan Elizabeth Mary (Cufife), 
elder dau. of Hamilton John 
Agmondesham, 5th Earl of Desart, 
K.P., K.C.B., by Lady Margaret 
Joan Lascelles his wife, dau. of 
Henry Thynne, 4th Earl of Hare- 
wood ; born at 2 Pelham Crescent, 
South Kensington, 12 November, 
bapt. at Thornham, co. Suffolk, 
26 December 1877 ; marr. at All 
Saints', Ennismore Gardens, Ken- 
sington, 6 June 1899 ; a Woman 
of the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen 
Mary 1920. 



Ruth Florence, born at Rhianva, co. Anglesey, on Monday, 
8 December 1879, bapt. at Menai Bridge, co. Anglesey. 



Major Ralph Verney of Botolph House, Claydon, co. Buckingham ; = 
born on Sunday, 25 May 1879; 2nd Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 7 
February lyoo, Lieutenant 1901, Captain 190S, Major i September 
1915, temp. Lieut.-Colonel ; served in South African War 1899 
-1902 (Queen's medal with two clasps, King's medal with two 
clasps); A.D.C. to Governor of Queensland and of New South 
Wales 25 June 1907 to 29 August 1912 ; served in European War 
1914 (wounded at Neuve Chapelle, France, March 1915); 
appointed Military Secretary to Viceroy of India (Lord Chelmsford) 
in April 1916. 



=JanetteCheveria Hamilton, 
younger dau. of the Hon*"'" 
J. T. Walker of Sydney, 
New South Wales, Member 
JjCgislative Council for 
Sydney ; marr. at Sydney 
1 1 November 1909. 



John Verney, born at 1 2 
Connaught Place, London, 
on Tuesday, 30 September 
1913- 



Joscelyne, born at 14 
Great Cumberland Place, 
London, on Tuesday, 23 
February 191 5. 



David Verney, born 
at Simla, India, on 
Friday, 31 May 191 8. 



Edward Vortigern Lloyd -Verney, born at The Cedars, Esher, co. Surrey, on Sunday, 8 March 
1874; 2nd Lieutenant 3rd (Militia) Battalion The Hampshire Regiment 21 January 1893; 
died, aged 19, at Esher on Sunday, 12 November 1893. 



Sir Harry Calvert Williams Verney, Baronet, D.S.O., of= 
Claydon House ; born at Rhianva, co. Anglesey, on Tuesday, 
7 June 1881 ; educated at Harrow and at Balliol College, 
Oxford, matriculated in 1900, B.A. 1905, M.A. 1907 ; J.P. and 
Councillor for co. Buckingham; M.P. for North Buckuigham- 
shire December 19 10; Assistant Private Secretary to successive 
Secretaries of State for the Colonies (the Earls of Elgin and 
Crewe) 1907-10, and an Assistant Private Secretary for Imperial 
Conference and Coronation 191 1 ; Parliamentary Private 
Secretary to the Chief Secretary for Ireland (the Right Hon''''^ 
Augustine Birrell) 1912-14, and Parliamentary Secretary to the 
Board of Agriculture 1914-15; Assistant Director of Labour 
1916; temporary Captain Army Service Corps 19 16, afterwards 
temporary Lieut. Colonel and A.A.G., War Office ; D.S.O. 1918 ; 
succeeded his father as 4th Baronet 8 May 1910. 



=Lady Rachel Catherine 
(Bruce), youngest dau. of 
Victor Alexander, 9th Earl of 
Elgin and 13th Earl of 
Kincardine, K.G., by Lady 
Constance Mary Carnegie 
(C. I.), 2nd dau. of James, 
9th Earl of Southesk, K.T. ; 
born at Broomhall, co. York, 
on Sunday, 23 February 
1890 ; marr. at Holy Trinity 
Episcopal Church, Dunferm- 
line, CO. Fife, on Thursday, 
7 December 191 1. 



Marjorie, born at 30 Queen Anne's Gate, 
Westminster, on .Saturday, 21 June 191 3, 
bapt. at Claydon. 



Ralph Bruce Verney, born at 14 Queen Anne's 
Gate on Monday, 18 January 1915, bapt. at 

Claydon. 



Gerald Harry George IJoyd -Verney, born at 10 
Ovington Gardens, Kensington, London, on Tues- 
day, 10 July, bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore 
Gardens, Kensington, 4 August 1900; Page of 
Honour to H.M. King George V. 1914-17; 
educated at Eton and at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst; entered Grenadier Guards July 1919. 

106 



Ulick Otway Vortigern Lloyd-Verney, 
born at i Rutland Gardens, Kensing- 
ton, on Monday, 30 June, bapt. at 
All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, Ken- 
sington, 29 July 1902; educated at 
Eton and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst. 



Gwendolen, born on 'I'uesday, 
4 January 1881. 



Frank Graham Newton=j=Kathleen, born on Sunday, 9 
(son of Richard Newton September 1883; marr. 10 April 
of Brisbane). 1912. 

A 



Edwin Phihp Smith (eldest son of the Rev. AIbert=Catherine Morforwyn, marr. at All Saints', 
Smith, Vicar of Wendover, co. Buckingham, by Bombay, on Thursday, i November 1888 ; 
Emma his ist wife, 5th dau. of William Markham died, aged 22, at Bombay on Wednesday, 
of Becca Hall, co. York); born at Highfield, 28 May 1890. 
Doncaster, co. York, on Saturday, 4 November 
1865. 



I 

Rev. Gerald Charles Fanshawe (5th son of General Charles Fanshawe,=j=Morforwyn Mary Leveson, 

born at Esher, co. Surrey, 
on Friday, 6 August 1880 ; 
marr. at St. Curig's, Llan- 
gurig, CO. Montgomery, 
on Tuesday, 30 August 
1904. 



by Anne Williamena his 2nd wife, dau. of Captain Charles James 
Hope Johnstone, R.N.); born at The Castle, Cape Town, South 
Africa, 14 November 1870 ; bapt. at Cape Town ; educated 
at Westminster School and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1889, B.A. 1892, M.A. 1896; 
Curate of St. Thomas', Portman Square, London, December 1893; 
Private Chaplain to the Bishop of Exeter 1 901-1903, Domestic 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester 1903-1904, Hon. Chaplain 
1904-191 1 ; \'icar of Godalming, co. Surrey, 1904. /\ 



{For issice see Pedigree of Fanshaive, 
Vol. 15, page 26.) 



Mary Rachel, born at Claydon 
House, CO. Buckingham, on Wed- 
nesday, 21 June 1916, bapt. at 
Claydon. 



Stephen Edmund Verney, 
born at Claydon House on 
Thursday, 17 April 1919, 
bapt. at Claydon. 



Hugh Alexander Verney, 
born at Claydon House on 
Wednesday, 14 April 1920, 
bapt. at Claydon. 



Desmond Ralph Lloyd -Verney, born at i Rutland 
Gardens, Kensington, London, on Saturday, 21 
January, bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
Kensington, on Friday, 17 February 1905 ; 
educated at Eton. 



Joan Verena, born at i Rutland Gardens, 
Kensington, on Saturday, 25 January, 
bapt. at All Saints', Ennismore Gardens, 
Kensington, on Saturday, 29 February 
1908. 



jiahwi'lAO'^Wie/| 



ifi: 



jFitcl), formerly of l^atilcig}) 3|ouse, co* 



George Kiicli ol Bishopsgate Street Within, = 
formerly of Leadenhall Street, London (eldest 
son of George Fitch of Beadles Hall, co. 
Essex, by Elizabeth his wife, dan. of William 
Harridge of Stanbridge Hall, Rorhford, and 
of Rayleigh, both co. Esse.x) ; born i Novem- 
ber 1780; died, aged 61, on Sunday, 31 July 
1842. 



Charlotte, dan. of Danid 
Higgs of HatUeigli, 00. 
Essex; marr. loNoveniber 
1807 ; died, ageti 62, at 
Hay don Square, Minories, 
London, on Tuesday, 18 
November 1845. 



George Fitch, Frederick Fitch of Hadleigh House, Highbury Nevi' Park,= 

born 8 July co. Middlesex, F.R.G.S. ; born 10 January i8i.j ; died, 

1809 ; died 31 aged 95, at Hadleigh House on Saturday, 22 May, bur. 

March 1813. in Abney Park Cemetery, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 

27 May 1909, after a service at Hare Court Chapel, 

Canonbury, co. Middlesex. Will dated 21 February 

1899, with two codicils dated 22 December 1905 and 24 

October 1907, proved (Prin. Reg., 1106, 1909) 12 July 

1909, by Edwin Frederick Fitch, Frederick George Fitch, 

sons, and Emma Sarah Fitch, spinster, daughter. 



^Sarah Maria, dau. 
of Edward Fitch 
of Great Leighs, 
CO. Essex; marr. 20 
September 1837 ; 
died, aged 68, 
on Friday, 3 luly 
1874. 



Edwin Frederick Fitch of 66 Bishopsgate Street Within, = 
London, and of Frognal Priory, Hampstead, co. Middlesex ; 
born 1 October 1839 ; a Member of the Common Council, 
Bishopsgate Ward, 1891 ; died, aged 77, on Thursday, 
7 December, cremated at Golder's (ireen on Tuesday, 12 
December 19 16, the remains being interred in Abney Park 
Cemetery. Will dated 8 February 191 6, with codicil dated 
II March 1916, proved in the Principal Registry 15 February 
191 7, by William Joynson-Hicks, ^LP. 



=Annie, 2nd dau. of Benjamin 
Fox of Strafford House, 
Highbury New Park ; born in 
1S38; marr. at Hare Court 
Chapel, Canonbury, on Thurs- 
day, 27 August 1863 ; died on 
Thursday, 18 December 1890, 
bur. in Abney Park Cemetery. 



Charles Nuding, 3rd son of=j=Edith Maude, born 29 May 1864 ; Stanley Fox Fitch, born 6 



Henry and Sophia Nuding 
of Lulworth, St. John's, 
Lewisham, co. Kent. 



marr. at St. John's, Hampstead, January 1867 ; educated 
on Tuesday, 10 July 1894. at Mill Hill School, 

Hampstead. 



168 



Charlotte, born 
14 January, and 
died 28 January 
1813. 



Alfred Fitch, born 3 October 1815 ; died at 80 Queen's Road, Bayswater, 
CO. Middlesex, on Sunday, 5 February 1865. Adirion was granted at 
the Princi|xil Registry 18 May 1865, to Rebecca Fitch, the relict. He 
married Rebecca. 



Frederick George Fitch of The Grange, Downham, near==Clara, youngest dau. of George 



Billericay, co. Essex, and of 34 Hamilton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, CO. Middlesex ; born 27 November 1842 ; admitted 
a Solicitor, Michaelmas Term, 1864 ; admitted to the 
Freedom of the Carpenters' Company 2 October 1877, and 
to Livery 6 November 1877, Junior Warden 1913, Middle 
Warden 19x4, Master 1916; J. P. for co. Middlesex 1900. 



Portvvay of Bury St. Edmunds, 
CO. Suffolk ; married at the New 
Congregational Church, Halstead, 
CO. Essex, on Thursday, 1 1 August 
1870. 



Dora, born at Canonbury Park 
Square, co. Middlesex, on Sunday, 
4 June 187 I. 



Constance, born at 18 Canonbury 
Park Square on Tuesday, 4 February 
1873- 



1. . 
Major Cecil Edwin Fitch of Gordon Dene, Princes Road, Wimbledon^ 

Park, CO. Surrey, and of Rodborough Heights, Stroud, co. Gloucester ; 
born at Stamford Hill, co. Middlesex, 13 October 1870; of Jesus 
(x)llege, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term, 1889, B.A. and 
LL.B. 1892, M.A. 1896; of the Middle Temple, called to the Bar 
8 May 1895 ; joined the ranks of the Middlesex Regiment 5 January 
1915 ; Lieutenant Gloucestershire Regiment 23 March 19 15, Captain 
May follov>ing. Major Worcestershire Regi- 
ment 4 October following, acting Lieut. - 
Colonel Welsh Fusiliers 4 April 191 7, 
retired as Major 31 May 1918 ; served in the 
European War at the battles of Messines 
and the Somme. 



CeeJ' 7^ 



1^ 



=f=Lillian Mabel, only dau. 
of Colonel Alexander 
Gordon of Hamilton, 
Ohio, U.S.A., by Caro- 
line his wife, dau. of 
William Gordon of 
Aberdeen ; born 7 Jan- 
uary 1 880 ; married at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on 
NVednesday, 16 Septem- 
ber 1896. 



Cecil Alexander Gordon Fitch, born at 76 Finchley Road, 
St. John's Wood, on Wednesday, 8 March 1899 ; educated at 
Harrow ; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery ; served in 
European War; died from wounds received in action, aged 19, 
18 September 19x8. 



Audrey Margaret, born at 
Gordon Dene, Princes 
Road, Wimbledon Park, 
on Tuesday, 9 June 1903. 



169 



I 

Ellen, born 7 April 1817; died unmarried, 
aged 87, at Highlands, Oakleigh Park, 
Whetstone, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 26 
November 1904. Will dated 25 June 1904, 
with codicil dated 8 November 1904, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 822, 1905) 7 June 1905), by 
Emma Sarah Fitch and Ellen Fitch, spinsters, 
and Charlotte Ahmad, widow. 



Emma, born George Fitch, born 26 March 

25 August 182 1 ; died, aged 68, at 

1818 ; died Highlands, Oakleigh Park, on 

in 1902. Friday, 13 September 1889. 

Will dated 13 September 1884, 

proved (Prin. Reg., 822, 89) 

19 October 1889, by Ellen 

Fitch and Charlotte Fitch, 

spinsters, sisters. 



Marshall Fitch, Charlotte, born 9 December 1826 ; died, aged 64, at Highlands, Oakleigh 

born 22 February Park, on Good Friday, 27 March 1891. Will dated 29 October 1857, 

1823 ; died in proved (Prin. Reg., 491, 91) 9 May 1891, by Ellen Fitch, spinster, sister. 
May 1824. 



lames Bryant Douglas of=Emma Sarah, married at the parish church, Dedham, co. Essex, 
Nottingham. on Thursday, 19 January 191 1. 



Hugh Bernard Fitch, born=pBertha Violet, only dau. of E. B. 



19 October 1873, bapt. at 
the parish church, Hamp- 
stead, CO. Middlesex ; 
educated at Mill Hill 
School. 



Allinson James of Wynyard, Acton, 
CO. Middlesex ; marr. at St. John's, 
Hampstead, on Tuesday, 18 February 
1896. 



Cyril Wilfred Fitch, bom 
at Canfield, Stamford 
Hill, CO. Middlesex, on 
Saturday, 28 December 
1878; educated at Mill 
Hill School. 



A son, born at 43 Campden House Court, Kensington, 
CO. Middlesex, on Sunday, 5 January 1908. 



170 





Jtutle^ of i&roflil)ampton, 
CO, 3|ereforli, 



John Harneby of Brockhampton, co.-pSusan, eldest dau. 
tierelord (eldest son of John Barneby 1 of Henry Elwes 
of Biockhanipion, by Elizabeth liis 
wife, dau. and sole heir of Robert 
Bulkeley of Bulkeley, co. Chester) ; 



of 



IVirtute'Uon^^u 



Jrms on record in the College of Arms. 
Quarterly : isl and 4th, Sable a lion 
passant guaidanl between three escallops 
argent, Baknkbv; 2nd and 3rd, Qiiaiterly 
or and azure four lions rampant counter- 
changed, LinLEY. 

Creit. — A li.m couchant guardanl sable. 

.^fotlo. — Virtute non vi. 



• horn 30 November 1799; educated at 
Hereford Collegiate School, at Eton 
(ndinitted 1814), and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 10 December 
1817, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1830; U.L. for 
CO. Hereford ; Major Herefordshire 
Militia ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 
CO. Worcester, April 1835 and of the 
Bromyard Union 1836 ; M.P. for Droit- 
wich 1835 and for East Worcestershire 
1837 until his death ; died, aged 46, in 
Pol tman Square, London, 30 November 
1846. .M.I. in private chapel at Brock- 
hampton. Will dated 25 October 1845, 
proved (P.C.C. 864, 46) 24 December 
1 846, by William Henry Barneby, 
lirother, Jolm HenryElwes and William 
Henry Walton. 



Colesbourne, 
CO. Gloucester, 
by Su.san his wife, 
dau. of Anthony 
Hamond of West- 
acre, CO. Norfolk ; 
marr. at St. 
Mary's, Bryan- 
ston Square, 
London, 24 July 
1838 ; died, aged 
36, at Brock- 
ham p t o n , 18 
December 1850, 
bur. there. M.L 
in private chapel. 



John Habington Lutlty of Brockhampton; born in= 
Upper Seymour Street, London, on Saturday, 2 May 
1840 ; educated at Eton, admitted 1853, and at Christ 
Church, O.xford, matriculated 25 March 1858, B.A. 
1861, M.A. 1865; a Student of Lincoln's Inn 
1862; J. P. and D.L. for the counties of \Vorcester 
and Hereford, High Sheriff for the latter county 
1872 ; resuined the surname of Lutley, by Ro3'al 
Licence dated 29 November 1864; died, aged 66, 
at Bexhill-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Sunday, 2 Sep- 
tember 1906, bur. at Brockhampton. M.I. in 
private chapel. Will dated 20 June 1904, with three 
codicils dated 20 June 1904 to 13 September 1905, 
proved (I'rin. Reg., 1626, 1906) 8 December 1906, 
by John Talbot Lutley, son, John Harry Yonge, and 
Ethel Susan Lutley, spinster, daughter. 



=limily Margaret, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
the Hon'''= George Gustavus Chetwynd 
'i'albot, Rector of Withington, co. Glou- 
cester (3rd brother of Henry John, 3rd 
Earl Talbot and i8th Earl of Shrewsbury), 
by Emily Sarah his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Henry Elwes of Colesbourne House, 
CO. Gloucester ; born at the Rectory, 
Withington, on Thursday, 10 August 
1843 ; man. at Withington (by her 
father) on Thursday, 15 December 1864 ; 
died at Brockhampton on Thursday, 
i8 November 1886, bur. at Brock- 
hampton. M.I. in private chapel. 



I 



Guendolen Emily 
Frances, born at 
Oxford on Tues- 
day, 30 August 
1866. 



Sir Beauchamp Moubray, Baron St. John of Bletsoe=Ethel Susan, of 
and a Baronet; born 4 December 1844; of the 'The Hill House, 
74th Highlanders ; Lord-Lieutenant of co. Bedford, 
J. P. for the counties of Hereford and Bedford, 
and Chairman of Quarter Sessions for the latter 
county ; President Bedfordshire Territorial Force 
Association 190S; succeeded his brother as i6th 
Baron 2 November 1S87 ; died, aged 67, at Melchbourne Park, 
Sharnbrook, Bedford, on Friday, 10 May, bur. at Bletsoe, co. 
Bedford, on Tuesday, 14 May 1912. M.I. Will dated 2(1 .April 191 1, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1333, 191 2) i August 1912, by Henry Beauchatiip 
Oliver, Baron St. John of Bletsoe, son, and Maximilian Gowran Townley. 
He married istly 4 February 1869, Helen Charlotte, 2nd dau. of Harry 
Thornton of Kempston Grange, co. Bedford ; she died 23 March 1909. 



Ampthill, CO. Bed- 
ford ; born at 
Great Malvern, 
CO. Worcester, on 
Monday, 9 March 
1 868 ; marr. in 
the private chapel 
at Brockhampton 
on U'ednesday, 26 
April 191 1. 2nd 
wife. 



171 



William Henry Barneby of Longworth Hall, and of Brockington Grange,= 
Bredenbury, both co. Hereford ; born in Portman Square, London, 
2 February 1843; Ensign sSth Foot 27 May 1862; J.I*., D.L. and 
County Alilernian of co. Hereford, High Sheriff 1884; Patron of the 
living of Bredenbury ; died, aged 71, at Longworth, on Monday, 6 July, 
bur. at Bredenbury on Friday, 10 July 1914. M.L in chureh. Will 
dated 27 June 1906, with two codicils dated 28 May 1909 and 
8 January 19 10, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1468, 1914) 
22 October 191 4, by 
Alice Mary Barneby, 
the relict, and Richard 
Hicks Barneby, son. 




Ay^^f*^- 



sAlice Mary, of Brock 
ington Grange, 3rd 
dau. of Sir Michael 
Hicks Hicks -Beach, 
Baronet, M.P., by 
Harriet Vittoria his 
wife, 2nd dau. of John 
Stratton of Farthing- 
hoe Lodge, CO. 
Northampton ; niarr. 
at Coin St. Aldwyns, 
CO. Gloucester, 8 
August 1865. 



Rev. Herbert Chase Green Price (2nd son of Sir= 
Richard Green-Price, Baronet, ^LP., by Laura his 
2nd wife, dau. of Richard Henry King, M.D., of 
Mortlake, co. Surrey) ; born 17 May 1855 ; educated 
at Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 5 June 1873, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881 ; 
Curate of St. Michael's, Coventry, co. Warwick, 
1879-83, Curate-in-Charge of Norton, co. Radnor, 
1883-86, Vicar 1886-95, Rector of Brampton Bryan 
1 895-1 9 1 2, of Bredenbury 191 2-13 and of Pembridge 
with Moor Court, all co. Hereford, 1913; J. P. for 
CO. Hereford i8g6. 



=Susan Alice, born 
at Lansdown Grove, 
Bath, CO. Somer- 
set, on Tuesday, 
II February' 1868, 
bapt.at Bath Abbey; 
marr. at Breden- 
bury on Tuesday, 
17 September 1895. 



A 



Edmund Henry 
Barneby, bom at 7 
Halkin Street West, 
Belgrave .Square, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, I July 1869, 
bapt. at Breden- 
bury ; died, aged 
3 1 months, at 
Bredenbury Court 
on Sunday, 17 Oc- 
tober 1869, bur. at 
Bredenbury. M.L 



Margaret Caroline, born 
at 1 1 Upper Grosvenor 
Street, Grosvenor Square, 
London, on Sunday, 20 
November 1870, bapt. at 
St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London. 



Rev. Harry Walter Baskerville-Mynors= 
(eldest son of the Rev. Walter Baskerville- 
Mynors) ; ba|)t. at Llanwarne, co. Here- 
ford ; of Brasenose College, Oxford, 
matriculated 8 June 1876, B.A. 1879 ; 
Curate of Llanwarne 1883-96, Rector 
1896, Chaplain of Harewood 1891-1909, 
and Rector of Llandinabo, all co. Hereford, 
1918. 



I 
=Edith Katharine, born 
at 58 Curzon Street, 
May fair, London, on 
Thursday, 29 February 
1872, bapt. at Breden- 
bury ; marr. at Lug- 
wardine, co. Hereford, 
on Thursday, 1 1 January 
1906. 



Geraldine Violet, born 
at Brockhampton, co. 
Hereford, on Saturday, 
26 June 1869 ; died 
unmarried, aged 28, in 
London, on Friday, 22 
October 1897, bur. at 
Brockhampton. M.L 
and memorial East win- 
dow in the private 
chapel. 



Gertrude Emily, Major John Talbot Lutley of Brockhampton ; born 

born at 7 Cliapel at Brockhampton on Tuesday, 5 August 1873; 

Street, Park educated at Eton, admitted 1886, and at Christ 

Lane, London, (Zhurch, Oxford, B.A. 1897; J. P., D.L., and 

on Tuesday, 28 County Councillor for co. Hereford ; Lord of the 

November 1871. Manor of Brockhampton; Captain 15th Battalion 

Worcestershire Regiment 1897, Major 1906, and 

of the Worcestershire Yeomanry 1914; served in 

South African War with 5th Battalion Imperial 

Yeomanry, 1900-1902 ; A.D.C. to Governor of 

Cape Colony 1 902-1 906 ; served in European War. 



172 



Evelyn Mary, born at 53 
Cadogan Place, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 29 
June 1873, bapt. at Breden- 
bury ; died, aged 3 years, at 
Bredenbury Court on Satur- 
day, 29 July 1S76, bur. at 
Bredenburv. M.I. 



Richard Hicks Barneby of Longworth-= 
Hall, CO. Hereford ; born at Bredenbury 
Court on Sunday, 16 May 1875, bapt. 
at Bredenbury ; educated at Eton, 
admitted 1883, and at Trinity Hall, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas 
Term 1894; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Hereford, J. P. for co. Pembroke. 



Oud<^d..f/:/^ 




Margaret Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of the 
Rev. Henry Frederick 
Howard, Rector of 
Brightwalton and Cat- 
more, CO. Berks, by 
Eliza Mima his wife, 
eldest dau. of the 
Rev. John Spearman 
W'asey, of Prior's 
Court, Newbury, co. 
Berks ; born 29 April 
1880 ; marr. at Bright- 
walton on Wednes- 
day, 26 August 1908. 



Henry Habington Barneby, born at Richard Paul Barneby, born at 
15artestree, co. Hereford, ig June Longworth Hall 16 August 1915, 
1909, bapt. there. bapt. at Bartestree. 



Edward Arthur Barneby of Longworth Ranche, Okanagon=Violette, dau. of the Rev. 
Mi.ssion, British Columbia; born at 12 Bolton Row, Mayfair, Martin Shipman Munroe, 
London, on Friday, 22 February 1878, bapt. at St. George's, Vicar of Little Hulton, co. 
Hanover Square, London ; educated at Haileybury and at Lancaster ; marr. at Vernon, 
Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term British Columbia, 12 March 
1896. 1909. 



Alice Laura, born at 
Bredenbury Court on 
Sunday, 28 Novem- 
ber 1880, bapt. at 
Bredenbury. 



Henry Meysey Barneby, born at Breden- 
bury Court on Thursday, 18 September 
1884, bapt. at Bredenbury; educated 
at Radley and at Camborne Mining 
Engineering College. 



Elizabeth Silver Bulkeley, 
born at Bredenbury Court 
16 July 1890, bapt. at 
Bredenbury. 



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Harbcn of j^etolanti $arfe, 
CO. Bticlimgl)am. 



jirms on record hi the College of Arms. 
Azure a saltire parted and fretty between 
two spear-heads in pale and as many spurs 
with leathers in fesse or. 

Crest. — A cubit arm in armour the 
hand in a gauntlet proper hoKling a spur 
leathered or between two roses gules 
leaved and slipped also proper. 

Motto. — Summis viribus. 



Henry Harben of= 
Uloomsbiiry, London 
(son of Henry Harben 
of Church Fields, 
Hackney, co. Middle- 
sex, by Mary iiis 
wife, dat!. of Tlionias 
Woodgaie) ; born 5 
July 1795; died i 
September 1868, bur. 
In Highgate Cemetery, 
CO. Middlese.\. 



^Sarah, dau. of Benjan)in Andrade ; 
born 18 February 1798 ; mart, at 
All Hallows' Harking, London, 
13 June 1019 ; died, aged 72, ;)t 
75 Adelaide Road, Haverstock 
Hill, CO. Middlesex;, 24 November 
! 870, bur. in Kensal Green Ceme- 
tery, CO. Middlesex, Will dated 
23 November 1868, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 180, 71) 16 March 1871, 
by Henry Hatben and Benjamin 
Harben, sons. 



Sarah, born 9 July 182 1 ; died; aged 64, at 75 Adelaide 
Road, Haverstock Hill, on Friday, 25 June 1886. Will 
dated 31 May 1886, proved (Prin. Reg., 636, 86) 7 July 
i886, by Henry Harben, brother, and Henry Andrade 
Harben, nephew. 



Ann, dau. of= 
James Such 
of Hounslow, 
CO. Middle- 
sex ; niarr. at 
Isleworth, co. 
Middlesex, i 
August 1846 ; 
died at Sea- 
ford Lodge, 
FellowsRoad, 
South Hamp- 
stead, CO. 
Middlesex,on 
Saturday, 26 
May 1883. 
1st wife. 



=Sir Henry Harben of Warnhani Lodge, co. Sussex,= 
and of Seafoid Lodge, Fellows Road, Hampstead ; 
born at Bloomsbury, London, 24 August 1833 ; J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Sussex, High Sheriff 1898, and J.P. 
for CO. London ; Member of the Metropolitan Board 
of Works and Alderman for Hampstead ; first 
Mayor of Hampstead 1900-1901 ; President of the 
Prudential Assurance Company (formerly Secretary) ; 
Hon. Colonel ist Cadet Battalion Royal Fusiliers 
1901 ; Citizen of London, admitted to Freedom 

5 July 1842 ; admitted to Freedom of the Carpenters' 
Company 5 March 1878, and to Livery 2 April 
following, Master 1893 ; knighted 3 August 1897 ; 
died, aged 88, at Warnham Lodge on Saturday, 2 
December 191 1, bur. in Kensal Green ('emetery 

6 December 191 1 ; memorial services at Warnham 
and at St. Saviour's, Haverstock Hill. Will dated 
16 December 1902, with three codicils dated 12 
August 1908 to 22 September 19 10, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 23s, 12) 20 February 1912, by Thomas 
Charles Dewey, Sir William John Lancaster, and 
Henry Devenish Harben, grandson. 



=Mary Jane, younger dau. 
of Thomas Bulman Cole 
of Nolting Hill, co. .Middle- 
sex ; marr. at St. George's, 
Flanover Square, London 
(by her brothers, the Rev. 
lliomas Henry Cole and 
the Rev. Edward Pattinson 
Cole), on Saturday, 8 No- 
vember 1890 ; died at 
Goodwyns, Haslemere, co. 
Surrey, on Frida\', 24 July, 
bur. at St. Michael's, Veovil, 
CO. Somerset, 29 July 1914. 
W'lW dated 16 December 
191 1, proved in the Princi- 
pal Registry 17 September 
1914, by the Rev. Edward 
Pattinsoti Cole, brother, 
and the Rev. Gerald 
Henry Moor. 2nd wife. 



Thomas Wharrie of Sachel Court, co. Sussex, and of 10 Eton Avenue,= 
South Hampstead (son of the Rev. Thomas Smith Wharrie of Symington, 
CO. Ayr, by Eliza his wife, dau. of the Rev. John Fraser of Libberton, 
CO. Lanark ; born at Symington 30 August 1828 ; a Director of the 
Prudential .Assurance Company ; J.P. for co. London. 



=Mary Wooilgate, liorn 
at Hounslow, co. 
Middlesex, 30 August 
1847 ; marr. at Warn- 
ham, CO. Sussex, 5 
September 1899. 



Elizabeth, born i3=f- 
February 1829 ; marr. 
3 April 1850; died, 
aged 46, at Elnistead, 
Finchley, co. Middle- 
sex, on Monday, 25 
March 1875, bur. in 
Highgate Cemetery, 
CO. Middlesex. ist 
wife. 



Benjamin Harben of= 
Highbury New Park, 
CO. Middlesex; born 19 
October 1S26 ; died, 
aged 64, at Silverdale, 
Redhili, CO. Surrey, 
on .Sunday, 1 2 April 
1 89 1, bur. in Highgate 
Cemetery. 



'Janet Orme, eldest surviving dau. of Richard 
Marmaduke Gill of Ormefield, Finchley ; 
marr. at East Finchley Congregational Church 
on Thursday, 10 June 1880 ; died at Lismore, 
Brovvnlow Road, Rediiill, on Saturday, 8 
September 1906. Will dated 5 July 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1325, 1906) i October 
1906, by Norman Harben. 2nd wife. 



Leonard Harben of=i=Charlotte Mary, elder dau. of Henry Storey of 113 King Henry's 
Hendon, co. Middle- I Road, St. John's Wood, co. Middlesex ; marr. at St. Stephen's, 
sex. Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Thursday, 18 May 1876. 



A daughter, born at King 
Henry's Road, St. John's 
W^ood, 15 August 1877. 



Leonard Hubert=Mary Jerrold, younger dau. of Philip F. Allen ; 
Storey Harben. marr. at St. .Vndrew's, Fulham, co. Middlesex, 
28 October 1905. 



Henry Andrade Harbeii of Newland Park, Chalfont St. Giles, co.=f=Mary Frances, of 



Buckingham ; born 12 August 1849 : graduated at London University in 
1868 ; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 26 January 187 i ; a Director 
of the Prudential Assurance Company (Chairman 1907) ; J. P. for the 
counties of Buckingham and London ; Chairman of St. Mary's Hospital 
1903-iqog, afterwards Vice-President, Joint Treasurer and Trustee; 
Chairman of the Central Hospital Council of London ; Member of the 
Paddington Vestry and Mayor of that borough 1897 ; Member of the 
London County Council for South Paddington 1898 ; died at 28 
Wimpole Street, Marylebone, London, on Thursday, 18 August, bur. in 
Hampstead Cemetery 22 August 19 10, after a service at St. Saviour's, 
Haverstock Hill, co. Middlesex. Will dated 8 April 1903, proved (Prin. 
Reg., 1561, 10) 25 November 1910, by Mary Frances Harben, the relict, 
Philip Spencer Gregory and Daniel Wintringham Stable, Barrister at- Law. 



98 Palace (Jardens 
Terrace, Kensing- 
ton, London, youn- 
gest dau. of (Jharles 
Francis James 
of Gresham Park, 
Brixton, co. Surrej ; 
born 20 February 
1847 ; married at 
St. John-the-Evan- 
gelist's, Brixton, on 
Thursday, 1 4 August 
1873- 



Henry Devenish Harben of Newland Park, Chalfont St. Giles, co.= 
Buckingham; born 26 May 1874, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Hampstead; 
of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated in 1893, B.A. and M.A. 
1900 ; of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 6 May 1903 ; J. P. for 
CO. Buckingham 191 2 ; Citizen of London, admitted to Freedom 
1895 ; admitted to Freedom of the Carpenters' Company 6 August 
1895, and to Livery i October following ; served in France with 
Red Cross 1914(1914 star); Passport Officer in Paris 1916-18. 



=Agnes Helen, dau. 
of Edward Ingram 
Bostock, M.D., of 
Horsham, co. Sussex ; 
marr. at Horsham 26 
August 1899 ; served 
in France with Red 
Cross 1914-15. 



Henry Eric Southey Harben, born at Ward Hill, near Farnham, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 
I August 1900, bapt. at Rowledge, co. Hants ; educated at Eton and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst, admitted 1918 ; 2nd Lieutenant 1st (Royal) Dragoons July 10 19. 



175 



Julia Knott, James Appleford of Peartree House, Bitterne, co,=j=Emily, born 2 July 

of Australia ; Hants (son of Henry Brunsden Appleford of Wallop ! 1829 ; niarr. at St. 

born 7 March and Wherwell, co. Hants, by Lucy Jacques his wife) ; 

1828. born 28 May 182 1 ; died at Milbrook House, co. Hants, 

27 September 1899, bur. at Millbrook. Will dated i De- 
cember 1893, proved (Prin. Reg, 1385, 99) 15 December 
1899, by William Westcott Appleford, son. /)\ 



Saviour's, South 
Hampstead,co. Mid- 
dlesex, on Monday, 
20 May 1867. 



Arthur Charles Harben, born= 
at 27 Middleton Road, 
Dalston, co. Middlesex, 13 
November 1852 ; died, aged 
48, at Flora Cottage, Finch- 
ley, CO. Middlesex, 12 
December, buried in Mary- 
lebone Cemetery, East 
Finchley, 15 December 1900. 



=Ellen, of Flora Cottage, 
Finchley; youngest dau. 
of Thomas Stephenson 
of Church End, Finch- 
ley ; born at Finchley 
6 November 1853 ; 
marr. at St. Mary's, 
Finchley, on Thursday, 
30 September 1880. 



Frank Stephenson of= 
Cyprus Road, Finch- 
ley (younger son of 
Thomas Stephenson 
of Finchley) ; born in 
September 1855. 



'Elizabeth Ann, 
born 22 August 
1854 ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, 
Streatham, co. 
Surrey, on Satur- 
day, 28 January 
1882. 



A 



JohnAlfredMackinlay=f=Dorothy, born at Holly 



of Fallowhurst, Bow 
Lane, North Finchley, 
son of John Mac- 
kinlay of Huntly 
Gardens, Glasgow. 



Park, New Southgate, co. 
Middlesex, on Tuesday, 
6 September x88i, bapt. 
at New Southgate, co. 
Middlesex ; marr. at St. 
Mary's, Church End, 
Finchley, on Saturday, 
S September 1903, 



Hugh Walter Harben,= 
born at Holly Bank, 
New Southgate, on 
Monday, 16 October 
1882, bapt. at New 
Southgate ; educated 
at Christ's College, 
Finchley. 



=Marion Frances, 3rd 
dau. of J. B. West of 
Finchley ; marr. at 
Marylebone Parish 
Church, CO. Middle- 
sex, on Thursday, lO 
July 1919. 



/1\ 



Francis Lewis Mc Grady, son of=Edith Mary, born at Trenton Villa, Primrose Hill Road, 
Henry McGrady of Kelly Castle, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on Saturday, 27 October 1877, 
Arbroath, and of Am Hall, bapt. at St. Saviour's, Hampstead ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
Dundee, both co. Forfar. Paddington, London, on Tuesday, 11 February 1902. 



Edward Harben, born at Ward Hill, near Farnham, 
CO. Surrey, on Sunday, lo November 1901, bapt. at 
Rowledge, co. Hants ; educated at Eton and at the 
Royal College of Science, South Kensington. 



Agnes Mary, born at Ward Hill, 
near Farnham, on Tuesday, 23 June 
1903, bapt. at St. Mary's, Horsham, 
CO. Sussex. 



176 



William Robert Dippie=Florence, born 9 February 1856 ; Benjamin Walter Harben, born 

of The Firs, Finchley, marr. at the parish church, Hack- in 1857 ; died in 1858. 

CO. Middlesex (son of ney, co. Middlesex, 2 July 1885 ; — 

Robert Dippie of died at Woodside Park, North Sidney Keeble Harben of 

Camden Town, co. Finchley, 23 January 1912, bur. Southend, co. Essex; born at 

Middlesex) ; born 9 in Marylebone Cemetery, East Gravesend, co. Kent, 10 June 

May 1859. Finchley. 1859. 



Compton James Robinson of St. Aubin's,=Marjorie, born at Highgate, co. Middlesex, 
Granville Road, North Finchley (2nd son of on Monday, 22 September 1884, bapt. at 
Charles Sidney Robinson of Totteridge, co. St. Augustine's, Highgate ; marr. at St. 
Hertford) ; born at Brighton, co. Sussex, 15 Mary's, Church End, Finchley, on Saturday, 
March 1878; educated at Totteridge Park and 5 September 1914. 
at Christ's College, Finchley. 



.Mastair Valentine of Priory Acres, St. Andrew's,=[=I)orothy, born at Trenton Villa, Primrose 
CO. Fife (2nd son of William Dobson Valentine I Hill Road, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, on 
of Auchteiliouse, co. Forfar, J. P., by Catherine Sunday, 15 February 1880, bapt. at St. 
Stone his wife, dau. of Andrew Davidson Young ! Saviour's, Hampstead ; marr. at Holy Trinity, 
and Emily Harben his wife) ; born at Dundee Paddington, London, on Tuesday, 5 
1 1 January 1876 ; educated at St. Andrew's. ' November 1901. 



Naomi, born at Tilford, co. Surrey, on Eve, born at Newland Park, Chalfont St. Giles, 
Tuesday, 23 July 1907, bapt. at Christ co. Buckingham, on Monday, 24 June 1912, bapt. at 
Church, Folkstone, co. Kent. Horn Hill, Chalfont St. Peter. 



Ralph Harben,=pAlice Ethel, dau. of Charles Wakeman of Hammersmith, 



born at Graves- 
end, CO. Kent, 
23 January 
1861. 



CO. Middlesex, by Martha his wife, dau. of William Jeffs of 
Middleton Cheney, co. Northampton; born at Hammersmith 
31 October 1872 ; marr. at St. Mary's, Hendon, co. Middlesex 
(by the Rev. Herbert Harben .\ppleford), 22 October 19 13. 



I 
John Alfred Harben, born at Colnbrook, Granville Road, 
High Barnet, co. Hertford, 9 August 191 5. 



Marian, 
born and 
died in 
1863. 



Stanley Filmer Harben, Norman Harben=f=Bertha, 2nd dau. of Alfred Grace, born at 184 



born at Hampstead, co. 
Middlesex, 31 July 
1866; died II April 
1888, bur. at sea. 



of Cheriton, 
Clifton Avenue, 
Finchley, co. 
Middlesex ; born 
17 October 
1868. 



James Tucker of Redland 
Green House, Bristol ; born 
30 September 1873 '< marr. at 
Redland Park Chapel, Bristol, 
on Friday, 31 July 1896. 



Adelaide Road, 
Haverstock Hill, 
CO. Middlesex, on 
Monday, 27 March 
1871. 



Norman Ray Harben, 
born at Finchley 16 
April 1897. 



Kenneth Tucker Harben, 
born at Finchley 1 1 
December i8g8. 



Benjamin Guy Harben, 
born at Finchley 5 
November 19 10. 



Gladys Millicent, dau.= 
of the Rev. David 
Jones, Rector of 
Marchwiel, co. Den- 
bigh ; marr. at Warn- 
ham, CO. Sussex, 2 
November 1904; died, 
aged 22, on Thursday, 
15 June, bur. at Berk- 
hampstead, co. Hert- 
ford, 17 June 1905. 
I St wife. 



=Guy Philip Harben of The=y 
Forge, Under River, Seven- 
oaks, CO. Kent ; born at 
Trenton Villa, Primrose 
Hill Road, Hampstead, on 
Friday, 28 October 1881, 
bapt at St. Saviour's, 
Hampstead ; educated at 
Rugby ; a Director of 
the Prudential Assurance 
Company 6 March 1919. 



=Marie, dau. of Thomas 
Sharp Hamilton of the 
Indian Civil Service, 
by Catherine his wife, 
dau. of William Prior 
Sharp ; born 3 Feb- 
ruary 1883 ; marr. at 
the Catholic Church, 
Hanwell, co. Middle- 
sex, 5 October 1905. 
2nd wife. 



Wilfrid Harben, born at Richmond, 
CO. York, 17 July, bapt. there 
7 August 1906. 



Katherine Winifred, 
born at 23 Prim- 
rose Hill Road, 
Hampstead, on 
Monday, 9 July 
1883, bapt. at St. 
Saviour's Hamp- 
stead. 



178 




j4rfii! on rtcord in the College of Arms. — 
Quarterly: isl and 4th, Gules a lion rampant 
within a bordure engrailed or a mullet argent 
within an annulet gold for difference, PoWELL j 
2nd, Gules a bend between six lions' heads 
erased argent. Skull ; 3rd, Argent a lion 
rampant double queued purpura crowned or, 
FOLLIOTT. 

Crest. — A lion's head erased argent gorged 
with a collar flory gules. 

Motto. — Anima in aniicis una. 



^olocU of ^l)aroto l&all, 
CO, ^orfe. 



Samuel Powell of Brandle-=j=Frances, eldest 
some Hall, co. Lancaster, and | dau. of Henry 



ol Green Hammerton Hall, co. 
York (eldest son of Richard 
Powell of Stanage Park, co. 
Radnor, by Elizabeth his wife, 
only surviving dau. of John 
Cottrell, Clerk in Chancery) ; 
born 28 January 1760; died 
at Dover, co. Kent, on Sun- 
day, 15 June 1S34, bur. there. 
Will dated 23 July 1830, with 
codicil dated 20 November 
1832, proved (P.C.C. 423 
Tdgnmouth) 3 July 1834, by 
Frances Powell, relict, and the 
Rev. Samuel Hopper Powell, 
sen. 



Richmond of Bath, 
CO. Somerset, 
M.D., by Cathe- 
rine his wife, dau. 
of John Atherton 
of Walton Hall; 
marr. at Walcot, 
CO. Somerset, 24 
February 1796 ; 
died at Wickham, 
CO. Hants, bur. 
at Shedfield, co. 
Hants. 



John Cottrell Powell, born 
at Puddington Hall, co. 
Chester, iS January 1798; 
of Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1820, M.A. 
1823; died unmarried on 
Tuesday, 10 June 1834. 



Captain William Buinaby Greene of \\'ick- = 
ham, CO. Hants, R.N. (son of Captain Pitt 
Burnaby Greene, R.N.) ; entered the Royal 
Naval College 27 January 18 10, Midship- 
man 3 May 181 2, Lieutenant 9 November 
1S18, Commander 30 December 1826, 
Captain 6 June 1834. 



A 



=Catherine, married 
(by the Rev. Henry 
Burnaby Greene, 
Vicar of Long 
Parish, co. Hants) 
on Tuesday, 2 1 
April 1829. 



John Wainwright (eldest son of Captain John 
Wainwright, C.B., R.N., Lieut. Governor 
of the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth, by 
Harriet his wife, dau. of Captain Francis 
Stanfell, R.N.) ; born in 1800 ; entered the 
Royal Navy in June i8o8. Midshipman January 
1 81 3; entered the Royal Naval College 
August 1813 ; Lieutenant 4 November 1819, 
placed on half-pay 1831. 



A 



'Elizabeth, born at Leighton, co. Lancaster, 
in 1802 ; marr. at Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London, on Tuesday, 27 January 1829; died 
at Ottawa Lodge, Guildford, co. Surrey, 
aged 79, on Sunday, 29 May 1881, bur. at 
Southsea, co. Hants. Will dated 18 February 
1875, proved (Prin. Reg., 573, 81) 13 July 
1 88 1, by Harriet Forbes Wainwright, spinster, 
daughter. 



179 



Henry Folliott Powell of Brandlesome Hall, co. Lancaster, and of Went=j=Catherine Vassall, 



House, West Mailing, co. Kent ; born at Okeover Hall, co. Stafford, 
20 January 1803; 2nd Lieutenant Ceylon Rifles 19 May 1825, Captain 13 
August 1830; died at Went House, West Mailing, aged 69, on Friday, 
6 December 1872. Will dated 2 December 1869, proved (Prin. 
Reg., s°) 73) 3 January 1873, by Frances Catherine Powell, spinster, 
daughter, and the Rev. Richmond Powell, brother. 



dau. of George 
Burleigh ; married 
I October 1830. 



Legh Folliott 
Powell of 
Hailsham, CO. 
Sussex. 



I 



I 
LeghRichmond= 
Powell, born in 
1840; died at 
Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, 28 De- 
cember 1913. 
Will dated t 
January 1900, 
proved (Prin. 
Reg., 112, 14) 
19 January 
1914, by Susan 
Frances Powell, 
relict. 



=Susan Frances, only child 
of Thornton Marshall, Staff- 
Surgeon 65th Foot ; marr. 
at St. Bartholomew's, Syden- 
ham, CO. Rent, on Thursday, 
20 July 1876. 



Arthur Lee,= 
son of John 
Lee, M.D., of 
Ashbourne, CO. 
Derby. 



'Ellen Eliza, mar- 
ried at Wick- 
ham, CO. Hants, 
on Saturday, i 
December 1877. 



Walter Burleigh= 
Powell, married 
istly 15 January 
1875, Jeanie, 
2nd daughter 
of J. Clarke 
Williamson. 



'Alice Mary, only child of 
Somers Higgins of Gloucester 
Road, Kensington, London ; 
marr. at St. Mary Abbott's, Ken- 
sington (by the Rev. Samuel 
Hopper Powell), on Saturday, 
I June 1878. 2nd wife. 



Frances 
Catherine. 



Sybil Merrick Legh, born 
at 84 Finborough Road, 
South Kensington, Lon- 
don, on Friday, 30 
November 1877. 



Richmond Thornton Legh Powell, 
born at Vassall House, Kenilworth 
Road, St. Leonard's -on -Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Tuesday, 29 July 1879. 



Cecil Atherton Legh 
Powell, born in 1886; 
married Mary Euphemia 
Maria, dau. of John White. 



Thornton Eustace 
Legh Powell, born 
in TS95. 



Leila Folliott 
Legh. 



Janet Susie 
r.egh. 



Irene Mary Anna 
Legh, 



Beatrix Marshall 
Legh. 



180 



Rev. Samuel Hopper Powell=T=Louisa Burnaby, only dau. of 
of Sharow, co. York ; born | Captain Pitt Burnaby Greene 



at Puddington, co. Derby, 
4 March 1805 ; admitted 
Pensioner of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 29 October 
1824, matriculated 1825, 
B.A. 1828, M.A. 1832; 
Curate of Eggleston, co. 
Durham, 1831-35 ; J. P. for 
the West and North Ridings, 
CO. York ; died at Sharow 
16 August 1903, bur. there. 



of W'ickham, co. Hants, R.N. 
marr. at Long Parish, co. Hants, 
II October 1832; died at 
Sharow Lodge, aged 90, on 
Sunday, 17 December 1893, 
bur. at Sharow. Adnion was 
granted at the Principal 
Registry 2 February 1894, to 
the Rev. Samuel Hopper 
Powell, husband. 



Frances Anne, born in 1809; 

died unmarried at 5 Campden 
Hill Square, London, aged 88, 
on Tuesday, 16 March 1897. 
Will with codicil dated 20 April 
1894, proved (Prin. Reg., 457, 
97) 32 April 1897, by Augustus 
Folliott Powell, one of the 
Exors. Further grant 10 No- 
vember 1897, to William 
Walter Richmond Powell. 



Amelia, born Lieut.-Colonel Samuel Hopper Powell of= 
iniS34;died Park Hill, King's Lynn, co. Norfolk; 
unmarried 25 born 21 September 1835; Ensign 57th 
March 1857. (The West Middlese.\) Foot 14 March 
1855, Lieutenant 31 August 1855, Lieut.- 
Colonel (retired) ; served in the Crimea, 
present at the bombardment and rapture 
of Kinbourn 17 October 1855 ; J. P. for 
Peterborough. 



=Frederica, youngest dau. of Richard 
Machel Jacques of Easby Abbey 
and Silton Hall, co. York, by 
Frances his wife, only dau. and heir 
of Fowler Hickes of Silton Hall ; 
marr. at Easby on Tuesday, 7 Feb- 
ruary 1865. 



Colonel Atherton Folliott Powell, D.S.O., of 22 Leinster Square, London, son=^Emily Alice, 
of Thomas Folliott Powell (see page 1S4) ; born 6 January 1858, bapt. at born at St. 
Portland, co. Dorset; educated at Cheltenham ; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 31 Martin's, Rich- 
January 1878, Captain 1886, Major 1896, Lieut.-Colonel 1904, Colonel by brevet mond,co.York, 
2 November 1907, retired 4 December 1909; served in Soudan 1885-86, 11 April 1875, 
Frontier Field Force (mentioned in despatches, medal, bronze star) ; at i bapt. at Easby, 
operations on North-West Frontier of India 1897-98, with Tirah Expeditionary ; co.York; marr. 
Force, at action of Dargai, the Samana Range and in the Kurram Valley | at St. Agatha's, 
(medal with three clasps) ; in South African War 1899-1902, on special service I Easby,onWed- 
with Rhodesian Field Force 3 April 1900 to 30 September 1901; in Transvaal nesday, 3 Au- 
and Cape Colony, and in Orange River Colony (mentioned in despatches, gust 1904. 
"London Gazette," 10 September 1901, Queen's medal with four clasps, | 
King's medal with two clasps, IJ.S.O. 29 November 1900); rejoined Army for j 
temporary service 7 October 19 14. /f\ 

(Jvr issue see page r86.) 



Victoria, married the Rev. Robert Alfred Humble, Cottrell Powell Constance, Richard 

B.A. of University College, Durham ; Vicar of St. of Canada ; married - Powell of 

Mark's, Huddersfield, co. York, 1897-1902, and of born in 1887. Totson. Canada. 
Silloth, CO. Cumberland, 1902. =i= 



iSi 



Rev. Richmond Powell, born at Okeover, co. Derby, 
3 March 1810; admitted Pensioner of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, 10 April 1827, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1834; 
Rector of South Stoke, co. Sussex, 1856 until his death; 
died unmarried at the Rectory, South Stoke, aged 85, 
on Tuesday, 28 March 1896, bur. at South Stoke. 



Robert Legh Powell, born 21 June 
181 1 ; of Pembroke College, Cam- 
bridge ; died unmarried in April 
1834. Adtiion was granted (P.C.C. 
Teignmoiith) 23 May 1834, to John 
Cottrell Powell, brother. 



Mary, born in 
1838; died 
unmarried 4 
February 1854, 
bur. at Sharow, 
CO. York. 



Commander Cottrell Burnaby 
Powell, R.N. ; born 21 Jan- 
uary 1839, bapt. at Sharow; 
Lieutenant Royal Navy 10 
August 1859, Commander 
29 December 187 1; died 
unmarried at Great Yarmouth, 
CO. Norfolk, 26 January 1877, 
bur. at Sharow. Adiiion was 
granted at Wakefield 25 April 
1877, to the Rev. Samuel 
Hopper Powell, father. 



Captain Orford Somervil]e= 
Cameron, R. N., of Burton 
Close, Christchurch, co. 
Hants (3rd son of Lieut. - 
Colonel William Gordon 
Cameron, K.H., Grenadier 
Guards, of Nea House, 
Christchurch) ; Lieutenant 
Royal Navy 15 May 1858, 
Commander 8 December 
1868, Captain (retired) 17 
October 1884 ; died at Bur- 
ton Close 14 February 192 1. 



=Anna Catharine, 
born 9 September 
1840, bapt. at 
Sharow ; married 
there on Tues- 
day, 6 December 
1870; died s.p., 
aged 71, on Fri- 
day, 17 November, 
bur. at HighclifTe, 
CO. Hants, 20 
November 191 1. 



Thomas Henry Wood 
cock Powell, born 29 
June 1843, bapt. at 
Sharow ; educated at 
Harrow (admitted 
Easter, 1858); died at 
Harrow, aged 15, on 
Saturday, 1 1 December 
1858. 



William Folliott Powell of Sharow= 
Hall; born 16 September 1845, 
bapt. at Sharow ; of Gonville 
and Caius College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 13 August 
1866, B.A. 1870; J.P. for North 
and West Ridings, co. York, and 
for the Liberty of Ripon ; formerly 
Captain 4th Battalion Princess of 
Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment. 



=Mary Albinia, eldest dau. of Henry 
Wyndham Phillips of Hollow 
Combe, Sydenham, co. Kent, by 
Susan Katherine his wile, dau. of 
the Rev. George Kelly Holds- 
worth ; born at Sydenham on 
Thursday, 18 June 1857 ; marr. 
at Ripon Cathedral on Wednesday, 
13 December 1876. 



Major Douglas Powell (eldest son of Sir Richard Douglas Powell, K.C.V.O.,=i=Albinia Muriel, 
M.D., ist Baronet) ; born in London 8 July 1874, bapt. at All Saints', born at Sharow 
Margaret Street, London ; of Magdalen College, Oxford, matriculated Lodge, Ripon, 
1893, B.A. 1896; 2nd Lieutenant Royal Welsh Fusiliers 15 May 1897, on Sunday, 28 
Lieutenant 25 February 1900, Captain 8 February 1906, Major 17 May 1915 ; October 1877, 
served in South African War 1899-1902 (on Staff), Signalling Officer 26 bapt. at Sharow; 
November 1900 to 30 September 1901 ; at relief of Ladysmith, including marr. there on 
action at Colenso (Queen's medal with five clasps. King's medal with two Wednesday, 10 
clasps); D.A.A. and Q.M.G. North Midland Division Territorial Force 28 February 1904. 
June 1909; General Staff Officer, 2nd grade, War Office, 21 September 1915 ; 
D.A.A.G. War Office, 27 March 1916. A 



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William Wellington Powell, born 18 August 1813;= 
Midshipman Royal Navy ; entered the Army as Ensign 9th 
(East Norfolk) Foot 16 November 1832, Lieutenant 9 May 
I S35, Captain 21 July 1843, retired 6 June 1845; died 
at 56 St. James' Stiuare, Notting Hill, London, aged 68, 
on Friday, 20 June 1879, bur. at Shedlield, co. Hants. 
Will dated 13 March 1879, proved (Prin. Reg., 658, 79) 
7 July 1S79, by William Walter Richmond Powell, son, 
and Augustus I'olliott Powell, nephew. 



■Elizabeth Sarabel, eldest dau. of 
Christopher Pecco, Assistant Com- 
missary-General at Corfu ; born at 
Corfu ; marr. at St. Andrew's, 
Canada East, on Tuesday, 1 1 April 
1848 ; died at 5 Cam|)den Hill 
Square, Kensington, London, in 
January 1902, bur. at Shedfield. 



William Walter Richmond=Louisa Yeatman, youngest 



Powell of Old Dover 
House, Canterbury, co. 
Kent ; born 2 1 September 
1849, bapt. at Wickham, 
CO. Hants ; of the Civil 
Service. 



dau. of the Rev. William 
Stone, Canon of Canter- 
bury ; marr. at Christ 
Church, Folkestone, co. 
Kent, on Thursdav, 3 May 
1888. 



Constance Mary, born at Jersey 10 
June 1853 ; died at the Hotel 
Bristol, Lugano, Switzerland, 22 
January 1910, bur. at Lugano. Will 
dated 29 November 1909, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 436, 1910) i March 1910, 
by William \Valter Richmond Powell 
and Legh Sylvester Powell, brothers. 



Thomas Folliott Powell, born i January 1887, bapt. at Sharow; educated= 
at Charterhouse (1900 -1902) and at Trinity C'oUege, Cambridge, 
matriculated 1905, B..\. 1908; Hon. Attach^, British Embassy, Paris, 
December 1911; received commission Coldstream Guards 29 March 
1916 ; promoted Captain 2^ February 1918 ; served in European War 
1916 to 1918 (wounded); Croi.x de Guerre (France) November 1917; 
Secretary to llritish Embassy, Paris, December 1918 to July 1919, 
to British Miiitarv representative on Supreme War Council i July to 
31 December 1919, and to British Section Allied Military Committee of 
Versailles January 1920. 



=l^orothy, daughter 
of Brigadier-General 
Herbert William 
Studd, C.M.G., 
1). S.O. ; married at 
St. Peter's, Eaton 
Square, London, 2 
September 1919. 



James Beaumont Worsley Pennyman (only surviving son of James Worsley=Mary Hilda 

Pennyman of Ormesby Hall, co. York, by Dora Maria his wife, 3rd dau. of Burnab)-, born 

Henry Frederick Beaumont of Whitley Beaumont, co. York, ^LP.) ; born 3 July, bapt. 

at 14 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 17 December 1883, bapt. at Sharow 7 

at St. George's, Hanover Square, London; educated at Eton and at Trinity August 1889; 

College, Cambridge ; and Lieutenant King's Own Scottish Borderers 29 marr. there on 

November 1905, Lieutenant 11 December 1907, Catitain i September 1914; Easter Day, 4 

served in European War 1914 (severely wounded September 1914); 2nd in April 1915. 
command ist Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, France, August 1916 ; 
Instructor G.H.Q., Small ."^rms .School, France, 4 June 1917 ; 2nd in command 
1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers in France and Germany November 
1918 to April 1919 ; J. P. for North Riding of co. York igo6. 

(See Pedigree of Pennyman, Vol. iS, page lyi, and Addenda, 
Vol. ig, page lix.) 



183 



Charlotte Henrietta= 
Elizabeth, dau. of 
Colonel Samuel Bol- 
ton, C.B., by Eleanor 
his wife, dau. of 
Thomas Raffington ; 
born at Allahabad, 
India, in 1827 ; 
marr. at Umhaliah, 
India, on Monday, 
27 March 1843; died 
there, aged 17, on 
Saturday, 17 Feb- 
ruary 1844, bur. at 
Umballah. ist wife. 



-Thomas FoUiott Powell of Bonchurch, Isle of_.Isabella, youngest dau. 
Wight ; born at Leighton Hall, co. Lancaster, of John Douglas Cooper 
22 March 181 7; entered the Army as Comet ' of Ashbourne, co. Derby, 
i6th (The Queen's) Lancers 27 May 1837, ; by Elizabeth his wife, 
Lieutenant 16 May 1841, Captain 13 July 
1848 ; Deputy-Covernor of Portland Prison, 
afterwards Commissioner of Prisons for 
Scotland 1877-85 ; died at 27 Heriot Row, 

Edinburgh, aged 68, on Wednesday, 2 Sep- j Samuel Hopper Powell), 
tember 1885, bur. in Dean Cemetery, on Tuesday, 18 May 
Edinburgh. Will dated 21 August 1884, 
confirmation of the Commissariot of co. 
Edinburgh dated 19 October 1885, granted at 
Edinburgh to Augustus Folliott Powell and 
Richmond Folliott Powell, Lieutenant H.M.S. 
"Caroline." Recorded at Edinburgh 16 
October 1885. 



dau. of Daniel Smith, 
Mayor of Chester ; 
marr. at Mayfield, co. 
Stafford (by the Rev. 



1847 ; died at Portland, 
CO. Dorset, on Thurs- 
day, 14 January 1858, 
bur. at Shedfield, co. 
Hants. 2nd wife. 



Legh Sylvester Powell of 01d-f=Ethel Anne, eldest dau. of William Henry Kent, M.D. ; 



Manor House, Ashley, co. Hants ; 
born at Versailles, France, 
8 .\ugust 185s, bapt. there. 



born at Ballyvousney, co. Cork, 18 August 1864; marr. 
at St. Bartholomew's, Sydenham, co. Kent, on Thursday, 
6 September 1900. 



Ethel Sylvester, born at Otford, co. Kent, Oliffe Sylvester, born at Hilden- 
10 November, bapt. at St. John's, Penge, borough, co. Kent, 15 February, 
CO. Kent, 28 December 1901. bapt. there 4 April 1903. 



Major-General Sir Charles Herbert Powell, K.C.B., of Wickham,= 
CO. Hants; born 23 Octoijer 1857, bapt. at Bath, co. Somerset; 
educated at Worksop; entered the Royal Marines 27 January 1876, 
of the Bengal Staff Corps 23 June 1880, Captain Indian Staff Corps 
1887, Major 1896, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet 1898, in the Indian 
Army 1902, Colonel by brevet 1904, Substantive Colonel 1907 ; 
Major-General 15 November 1907; served in Waziristan E.xpedition 
1894-95, ^s 1>.A.A.G., at action at Wana (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 2 July 1895, medal with clasp); on North-West 
Frontier of India 1897-98, at Malakand, on Staff, at operations in 
Bajaur and in the Mahmund country ; with Buner Field Force, at 
attack and capture of the Tanga Pass (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 18 March and 22 April 1898, brevet of Lieut.- 
Colonel, medal with clasp) ; in China 1900, on Staff, including 
service as British Representative on the Staff of the Commander- 
in-Chief of the Allied Forces, Chi-li Province (medal) ; commanded 
Ferozepore Brigade 1907, Rawal Pindi Brigade 1907 -1909, and 
Jullunder Brigade i June 1909 to 20 June 191 2 ; raised and 
commanded the Ulster Division of the New Armies 16 September 
1914 ; C.B. 26 June 1908, K.C.B. i January 191 7. 



lAlice, dau. Ella, horn 
of James at Batli 27 
Mackenzie April 1859, 
of Auchen- bapt. there, 
heglish, CO. 
Dumbarton, 

by Elizabeth his wife, dau. 
of William Campbell of 
Tullichewan Castle, co. 
Dumbarton; born 17 July 
1856; marr. at St. Thomas' 
Episcopal Church, Edin- 
burgh (by the Rev. Samuel 
Hopper Powell, assisted 
by the Rev. Richmond 
Powell), on Tuesday, 4 

' June 1889 ; died 7 January 
1917. 



I 
Rhys Campbell Folliott Powell, born at Dharmsala, Punjab, India, on Sunday, 24 July 1892, 
bapt. there ; educated at Winchester College, September 1906 to July 1909, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated October 1910 ; joined the Highland Light Infantry as 
2nd Lieutenant 3 September 1912; killed in action at the battle of the Aisne, France, 
14 September 1914. 

1S4 



Augustus Kollioit 
Powell of Claren- 
don House, West 
Tarring, co. Sussex ; 
born 29 June 1848 ; 
of the Civil Service. 
He married in 1888, 
Frances Beazley. 



Major William Wynch (ieorge Back= 
Willis (eldest son of Captain William 
A. Willis, R.N.) ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Marine Light Infantry 26 Oc- 
tober 1855, I St 1-ieutonant 14 April 
1859, 2nd Captain 3 August '867, 
retired as Major; H.M. Inspector 
for Prisons for Scotland. 



=Rosa Elizabeth Folliott, born 17 
March 1850; niarr. at the parish 
clnircli, Beckenhani, co. Kent, on 
Thursday, 26 June 1873 ; died 
at Montebello, Portobello, Mid- 
lothian, aged 28, on Saturday, 
I March 1879, bur. in Dean 
Cemetery, Edinburgh. 



A 



Commander Richmond Folliott Powell, R.N. ; born at Holme=f=Annie, dau. of Hugh Watson 



Cottage, .Ashbourne, 29 December 185 1, bapt. at Ashbourne 
Naval Cadet May 1865, Sub-Lieutenant 30 July 1871, Lieu- 
tenant 2 July 1875, Commander (retired) 29 December 1891 ; 
served in Abyssinian War 1868 
(medal) ; House Governor of 
Osborne House, Isle of Wight, 
1903 to 1905. 




of Stramore, co. Down, bv 
Marianne his wife, dau. of 
\Villiam Armstrong ; born 
12 October 1852, bapt. at 
Holy wood, CO. Antrim ; 
marr. at St. Paul's, Gilford, 
CO. Down, on Tuesday, 18 
February 1879. 



Major Richmond Folliott Powell, D.S.O., of= 
The Homestead, 'J'uesley Lane, Godalming, co. 
Surrey; born at 10 Lawn Terrace, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, on Whit-Sunday, 16 May 1880, 
bapt. at Blackheath ; entered the Army as 
2nd Lieutenant (from Militia) Royal Field 
Artillery 8 September 1900, Lieutenant 8 Sep- 
tember 1903, Captain r April 191 2, Major 9 
April 1915 ; served in European War 1914-18, 
at battles of Mons, Marne, Aisne and Ypres 
(mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," i 
January 1916, D.S.O. 1916); now commanding 
Royal Artillery Cadet School. 



=Alice Katharine Beatrix, dau. of George 
Shedden of Spring Hill, East Cowes, Isle <.f 
Wight, J., P., by Alice Sarah his wife, 3rd dau. 
of Caleb Hammond Gater of Town Hill Park, 
CO. Hants {see Pedigree of Gater, Vol. 18, 
page 44) ; born at Spring Hill on Monday, 
I October, bapt. at ^Vhippingham, Isle of 
Wight, 7 November 1883; marr. there on 
Wednesday, 22 April 1908. 

{See Pedigree of Shedden, Vol. 11, 
page 28, and Addenda, Vol. i§, 
page xxvii.) 



Richmond Roscow Folliott 
Powell, born at Dundalk, 
CO. Louth, 8 June, bapt. 
there 14 July 1909. 



Atherton George Folliott Powell, 
born at Sheffield, co. York, 22 
August, bapt. at Wadsley, co. York, 
19 September 191 2. 



A daughter, born at 
Heatherleigli, Church, 

Crookham, co. Hants, on 
Monday, 20 April 1914. 



18^ 



Ella Mary Folliott, bom 24 
February 1854, bapt. at 
Richmond, co. York ; died 
unmarried at i Eglinton 
Crescent, Edinburgh, on 
Wednesday, 2 July 1884, bur. 
in Dean Cemetery, Edinburj^h. 



Douglas Folliott Powell of Little= 
Silvvorthy, Bradworthy, co. Devon ; 
born at Kiiiymoon Castle, near Dun- 
gannon, co. Watertord, 1 1 February 
1 056, bapt. at I )ungaunon : of the 
Public \Vorks Dciurtmcnl, 'I'ratllc 
Superintendent of Rajputaiia, Mahva 
and Central Indian Railway. 



^Sara Katherine Unwynne, 
eldest dau. of (Jeorge 
William Hart of Hayling 
Island, CO. Hants ; born 
9 January 1855; marr. 
at the parish church, 
lieckenhani, c;). Kent, on 
SaLurday, 23 August 1S79. 



Mabel Unwynne 
Folliott. 



Major John Cunningham Moore Hoskyn (son of=Dorothy Marj', born at 
John Thomas Floskyn, R.N., by Mary his wife, dau. Mliow, Central India, 
of Henry Willuughby Moore) ; born 20 December 
1875 ; entered the Army as 2nd Lieutenant 
unattached 16 January 1895, of the Indian Staff 
Corps 27 March 1896, Lieutenant Indian Army 
16 April 1897, Captain t6 January 1904, Major 16 
January 1913; D.A.Q.M.G. India 10 March 1916. 



22 May 1882, bapt. at 
St. Andrew's, Barbados, 
West Indies ; marr. 
at Bombay Cathedral, 
India, 7 March 1906. 



I 
Jack Atherton Folliott Powell, 
born 31 January 1886, 
bapt. at Bandikui, North- 
West Provinces, India ; Civil 
Engineer, India. 



^'ivian Norman I'^olliot Powell 
(twin with Herman Trevor), 
born 25 December 1887, bapt. 
atTowyn ; Assoc. M. Inst. C.E. 



Herman 'I'revor Folliott 
Powell (twin witli Vivian 
Norman), liorn 25 December 
1S87, liapt. at Towyn. 



Colonel Atherton Folliott Powell, D. S.O., of 22 Leinster Square,= 
London ; born 6 January 1858, bapt. at Portland, co. Dorset ; 
educated at Cheltenham ; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 31 January 
1878, Captain 1886, Major 1896, Lieut.- Colonel 1904, Colonel 
by brevet 2 November 1907 ; retired 4 December 1909 ; served in 
Soudan 1885-86, Frontier Field Force (mentioned in despatches, 
medal, bronze star) ; at operations on North-West Frontier of 
India 1897-98, with Tirah Expeditionary Force, at action of 
Dargai, the Samana Range and in the Kurram Valley (medal 
with three clasps); in Soutli African War 1899-1902, on special 
service Vr-ith Rhodesian Field Force 3 April 1900 to 30 September 
1901 ; in the Transvaal and Cape Colony, and in Orange River 
Colony (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 10 September 
1901, Queen's medal with four clasps, King's medal with two 
clasps, D.S.O. 29 November 1900) ; re-joined .-\rmy for temporary 
service 7 October 1914. 



Emily Alice, dau. of Lieut. - 
Colonel Samuel Hopper 
Powell of Park Hill, King's 
Lynn, co. Norfolk, by Frede- 
rica liis wife, youngest dau. 
of Richard iNlachel Jaques 
of Easby Abbey and Siltcn 
Hall, CO. York ; born at 
St. Martin's, Richmond, 11 
April 1875, bapt. at liasby; 
marr. at St. Agatha's, Easby, 
on Wednesday, 3 August 
1904. 

{S^e page I Si.) 



Gwendoline Agnes Folliott, 
born at Gourock, co. Ren- 
frew, 20 December 1905, 
bapt. at Easby in February 
1906. 



Peter i )ouglas Folliott Powell, 
born at Plymouth, co. Devon, 
15 December 1907, and bapt. 
there. 



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/fe/>«^ 



^^-Cc 




^rcscott of iSofblcton 
Court, CO, ISaorcester. 



Rickard Deasy of Clonakilty,=f=Mary Anne Cotter, 
Douglas, CO. (!ork (3rd son of of Hurtficld, co. 
Tiinothy Deasy of Barry's Hall, 
Timoleague, co. Cork) ; born 



iircii 1760; died at Jersey in 
1850, buried there. 



Cork ; 
1802 ; 
Jersey 
buried there. 



married in 

died at 

in 1850, 



Arm^ on r^ijid iti the ColUgr of Arms. — i^uarterly : 
1st .ind 4lh, Sable a chevron aryent gutt-.--c cle poix 
between three owls close of the second, Prkscoi r ; 
2nd and 3rd, Argent a hand couped at the wrist 
fesswise holding a sword erect proper pomel and 
hilt or between two towers in chief gules, Decie. 

Crtsts. — I, A cubit arm vested gules guttee d'or 
cuff ermine hoUling in the hand proper a beacon sable 
fired also proper, Prescott ; 2, A cubit arm erect 
holding in bend sinister a sword proper pomel and 
hilt or between two trefoils vert, Decik. 

Ahtio — Toujours pret. 



Timothy Henry Decie= 
of Clonakilty, 
Douglas ; horn in 
1810 ; resumed the 
old spelling of name 
of Decie ; died at 
Theobald's Park, 

Cheshunt, co. Hert- 
ford ; bur. at Ches- 
hunt 2 September 
1840. 



Catherine Hale, youngest 
dau. of Sir George Beeston 
Prescott, 211(1 Baronet, of 
Theobalds Park, by Cathe- 
rine Creighton his wife, 2nd 
dau. of Sir Thomas Mills, 
Governor of Quebec ; born 
in 181 2 ; marr. at Theobalds 
Park in June 1831 ; died 
at St. Helen's, Jersey, on 
Thursday, 4 October 1849. 
bur. at Jersc). 



Henry Edward 
Decie, born 23 
May 1832. 



Richard George 
Decie, born 2 
October 1833 ; 
died in infancy. 



Alfred Decie, 
born 1 2 [anuary 
•835- 



Arabella (his cousin),= 
only dau. and heir 
of William (George 
Prescott of Clarence, 
Roehampton, CO. Surrey, 
and of 62 Thread- 
needle Street, London, 
by Arabella his wife, 
only (iau. of Edward 
Wolstenholnie of New- 
berry Hall, CO. Kildare ; 
born at 29 Park Street, 
Grosvenor Square, I,on 
don, 6 August, bapt. 
there privately 29 Au- 
gust 1839 (baptism re- 
gistered at St. George's, 
Hanover Square) ; 
marr. at Roehampton 
(by the Rev. George 
Edward Prescott) 2 Oc- 
tober i860 ; died, aged 
63, at Borkleton Court 
15 December 1902, 
buried at Bockleton. 
M.I. I St wife. 



=Colonel Richard Prescott-= 
Decie of ^Voodlawn, St. 
W'inifred's Road, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hants, and of 
Pontrilas ("ourt, Hereford, 
formerly of Bockleton 
Court, CO. Worcester; born 
28 May 1838, bapt. at 
Douglas, Kil worth, co.Covk ; 
educated at Woolwich ; 
ist Lieutenant Royal 
Engineer.s 20 April 1855, 
Captain i April 1862 ; 
Lieut. -Colonel Comman- 
dant (Hon. Colonel 18S5) 
3rd and 4th Militia 
Battalions Worcester Regi- 
ment 1890-97; j.i'. for 
the counties ot Hereford 
and Worcester, I ).T^. for the 
former county ; Chairman 
of Herefordshire County 
Council ; assumed by Royal 
Licence dated 22 Decem- 
ber 1866, the addition'! 
name and arms of Prescott. 



=Harriett, dau. of= 
Richard Alexander 
Shaw (grandson of 
Sir Robert Alexan- 
der, 2nd Baronet) ; 
marr. at St. Patil's, 
Knights bridge, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 14 April 1904 ; 
died at Pontrilas 
Court on Thursday, 
4 April 1907, bur. 
at Ewyas Harold, 
CO. Hereford. She 
married istly in 
.'\pril 1887, .Arthur 
John Chiide- Free- 
man of Fernie 
Bank, co. Hereford, 
who died 1 7 June 
189 1 (see Pedigree 
ft/ Chiide- Free mil n, 
par^e j). 2nd wife. 



=Alice Henrietta, 4th dau. 
of Frederick^ Napleton 
Dew, Major 88tli Foot 
(Connaught Rangers), by 
Henrietta Lucy liis wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Charles 
David Brereton, Rector 
of Little i\Lassingham, co. 
Norfolk ; born 6 April, 
bapt. at Weymouth, co. 
Dorset, 7 May 1 869 ; 
marr. at St. .Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, Ken- 
sington, London, on 
Thursday, 23 January 
1908 ; died ai Pontrilas 
Court 22 January, bur. in 
Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London, 27 January 1913. 
3rd wife. 

{See Pedigree of Dew, 
Vol. I., page 2Ss, 
and Addenda, Vol. 
15, P'^S' x'-) 



187 



Lord Justice Rickard Deasy of Carysfort House, Blackrock,^ 
CO. Dublin, LL. 1)., P.C. ; born at Clonakilty, Douglas, co. 
Cork, in 1S12 ; of Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1833, M.A. 
1847, LL.B. and LL. D. i860; called to the Irish Bar 
Michaelmas 1835, Q.C. 1849 ; M.P. for co. Cork April 
1855 till liis elevation to the Honch January 1861 ; Bencher 
of King's Inns, Dublin, 1S58, and became 3rd Serjeant- 
at-Law; .Solicitor- General for Ireland Julyi8s9 to February 
1S60, Attorney- Cieneral February i85o to January 1861, 
and was sworn a Member of the Irish Privy (Jouncil ; 
Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland lanuary 
1 86 1, Lord Justice of Appeal i January iSyS ; died, aged 
70, at 41 Merrion Square East, Dublin, 6 May 1883, bur. 
in Dean's Grange Cemetery, Blackrock. Will dated 18 
April 1S83, proved in the Principal Registry, Dublin, 19 
June 1883, by Hugh O'Connor and John Valentine Cassidy, 
Barrister-at-I^w. 



-Monica, younger dau. of Other 

Hugh O'Connor of 51 issue 

Upper Sackville Street, seven 

Dublin, by Elizabeth his daugh- 

wife, dau. of Edmund ters. 
Cashin of W'aterford ; born 
at II Clare Street, Dulilin, 

18 May 1833; marr. at St. John's 

Catholic Church, Blackrock, 2 April 

1861 ; died at 41 Merrion Square 

Ea--t, Dublin, 24 .March 1883, 
bur. in De.in's Grange Cemetery, 
Blackrock. 

(See Pedigree of O' Connor, 
" Visitation of Ireland" 
Vol. J, page 9S). 



Henry Hugh Peter Deasy of 56 Leeson Park, Dublin ;= 
born in Dublin 20 June 1866; educated at Bourne- 
mouth and at Dublin; 2nd Lieutenant i6th Lancers 10 
November 1888, Lieutenant 29 January 1890, Captain 
17 February 1894, retired 11 August 1897 ; commenced 
exploring in Western Tibet in 1896 ; awarded Founder's 
gold medal by Royal Geographical Socifty for exploring 
and survey work accomplished in Central Asia during 
two expeditions lasting nearly three years ; Author of 
"In Tibet and Chinese Turkestan," 1901, and "The 
Problem of Road Traffic : its Solution," 1914 ; Captain 
(temporary Major), Inspector of Quarter-Master General's 
Services, Irish Command. 



=Dolores Mercedes, youngest 
daughter of Lieut. -Colonel 
James Francis Hickie of 
Slevoyre, co. Tipperary, and 
of the 7th Royal Fusiliers, 
by Lucila Calista his wife, 
4th dau. of Don Pablo 
Lariosy Herreros de Tejada 
of Laguna de Cameros, Old 
Castile, Spain ; marr. at 
St. James', Spanish Place, 
London, on Saturday, 19 
January 1901. 



Other 

issue. 



A daughter born at St. Mary's Road, 
Dublin, 27 October 1901. 



A daughter, born at Elmsted, The Downs, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 30 August 1904. 



Major Francis Edward Prescott of Bockleton Court, 
Worcester; born at Corfu on Friday, 19 July, bapt. at 
Garrison Church, Corfu, 20 .-Vugust 1861 ; educated at Harrow 
and at New College, Oxford, 15. A. 1884 ; of Lincoln's Inn, called 
to the Bar 4 May 1887 ; of the Worcestershire Militia 1881-91, 
of the 7th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment 1914-16, of the 
ist (H.S.) Garrison Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment 1916 
-17, retired with honorary rank of Major 28 June 191 7 ; assumed 
by Royal Licence, 5 August 1904, the surname of Prescott in 
lieu of Prescott- Decie, and the arms of Prescott quarterly with 
those of Decie ; J. P. for co. Worcester 
1909 ; Lord of the Manors of Bockleton 
and 'I'he Hill ; Patron of the livings 
of Bockleton, co. Worcester, and of 
Leysters, co. Hereford. 



■fr(Miu^ 



co.=pFrederica Mary, elder dau. 

the i of Ralph .Augustus Benson of 
Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop, 
Recorder of Shrewsbury, by 
Henrietta Selina his wife, 
2nd dau. of Charles Robert 
Cockerell, R.A. {see Pedigree 
ofCockereil, Vol. 10, page 34) ; 
born 14 May 1863 ; marr. at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster 
(by the Rev. Louis Arthur 
Cockerell, the Rev. Edward 
Swinton Hewitt, and the Rev. 
Lionel Scudamore Stanhope), 
on Wednesday, 14 January 
1891. 

c 



IS8 



Rev. Edward Swintoti Hewitt (eldest= 
son of the Rev. Thomas Swinton 
Hewitt, by Mary his wife) ; born at 
the Vicarage, East Marden, co. 
Sussex, 25 November 1854, bapt. at 
East Marden ; of U'adham College, 
Oxford, matriculated 23 January 1874, 
B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881 ; Curate of 
Bockleton 1878-1900, Vicar of Haw- 
kesbury, co. Gloucester, 1900- 1904, 
and of Bockleton 1904. 

(See Pedigree of He'witt, page 18). 



=Rutli, born at Clarence, Roehampton, Norah, of The 

CO. Surrey, 9 September, bapt. at Birches, Hanip- 

Mortlake, co. Surrey, 6 October ton Charles, co. 

1862; marr. at Bockleton (by her Hereford ; born 

brother, the Rev. William Prescott- at Clarence, 

Decie, assisted by the Rev. James Roehampton, 14 

Bradley Hewitt) on Wednesday, 28 January, bapt. at 

November 1900 ; died at the Vicar- Roehampton 28 

age, Bockleton, i February, bur. at February 1864. 
Bockleton 5 February 1917. M.I. 



Commander John Phelips Farquharson of Langton House, co. Dorset,= 
O.B.E., D.S.O. (eldest son of Captain Archibald James Farquharson, 
R.N., of Stowell Park, co. Wilts, by Frances his wife, daughter of 
R. Reade) ; educated on H.M.S. " Britannia," Dartmouth, September 
1S99, Naval Cadet 15 January 1901, Midshipman 28 February following, 
Sub-Lieutenant i May 1904, Lieutenant 1 October 1906, Commander 31 
December 191S ; served in European War 1914-19 (mentioned in 
despatches, March 1916 and May 1918, Croix de Guerre, France, 
December 1917, D.S.O. 12 December 1918, O.B.E. i January 1919). 



■Phyllis Ruth, born 
23 December 1891, 
bapt. at St. Mary 
Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton, London, 24 
February 1892 ; 
marr. at Bockle- 
ton on Thursday, 
20 March 1919. 



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William Ralph Prescott, ALC. ; born at 14 Kensington Gate, 
London, on Friday, 6 April, bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's, 
Kensington, 8 May 1894 ; educated at Harrow and at New College, 
Oxford ; 2nd Lieutenant i/7th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment 
4 September 1914, Lieutenant 1915, Captain 24 July 1916 ; 
served in the European Wax 1915-19 (twice wounded, mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 22 May 1917, M.C. 26 May 
191 7, with two bars 16 August 191 7 and 2 April 19 19). 



Mary Henrietta, born 9 
March, bapt. at Pul- 
borough, CO. Sussex, 20 
April 1900. 

Barbara, born 24 February, 
bapt. at Pulborough 13 
April 1 90 1. 



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Brigadier- General Cyril Prescott - Decie, D.S.O. ; bom at Clarence, = 
Roehampton, co. Surrey, on Friday, 4 August, bapt. at Coombe Wood, 
Kingston, co. Surrey, 4 September 1865 ; educated at Clifton College and at 
the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; Lieutenant Royal Artillery 29 April 
1885, Captain 1895, Major 1900, Lieut.-Colonel 1912, temporary Brigadier- 
General 7 February 1915 ; served in South African War 1S99-1900, at 
relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso (Queen's medal with two 
clasps) ; commanded the Artillery of the ist Indian Division at Peshawar 
1915, and took part in operations against the Frontier tribes at actions of 
Shabkadr September and October 1915 ; in European War 1916, commanded 
Artillery in 4th Division (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 4 July 1916 and 15 May 1917, D.S.O. 1917); '" 
command of the Royal Artillery in Ireland 15 August 1918. 



=Margaret Eliza- 
beth, dau. of 
Major Francis 
Horatio de Vera, 
R.E. ; marr. at 
Zion Church, 
Rathgar, co. 
Dublin, 20 Octo- 
ber 1908. She 
married istly 
Frank Joyce of 
M e r v u e, c o. 
Galway. 



Rev. William Prescott-Decie, born at Kyre House, co.= 
Worcester, on Monday, 13 May, liapt. at Kyre 18 June 
1867 ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1886, B.A. 
1889, M.A. 1893 ; Curate of Mirfield 1891-99, and of 
St. Paul's, Middlesbrough 1 899-1 903 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Sculcoates, 1903-15, and of Marske-by-the- Sea, all 
CO. York, 1915. 



=pRachel, dau. of the Rev. Henry 
I Walsham How, Canon of Wakefield 
I and Vicar of Meltham, co. York, by 
Katharine his wife, dau. of the Rev. 
j William Hutchinson, Vicar of Blur- 
ton, CO. Stafford ; born at Haughton, 
j CO. Lancaster, 17 February 1887 ; 
i marr. at Meltham 13 April 1915. 



Edward Prescott-Decie, born at the 
Vicarage, Marske- by- the-Sea, on 
Sunday, 4 June, bapt. at Marske- 
by-the-SeaonThursday, 29 June 1916. 



Timothy Prescott-Decie, born at the 
Vicarage, Marske - by- the- Sea, on 
Thursday, 3 April, bapt. at Marske- 
by-the-Sea on Thursday, i May 19 19. 



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A' ms o?z rerorJ in (he Col/e^e of An/is. — 
Per ciievron gules and sable on a chevron 
invected ermiiiois phiin coltised or between 
in chief two swans close respecting each 
other and in base a pelican also close argent 
vulning herself gules a fountain proper. 

CicjL — On the batllenienis of a tower 
per pale argent and gules in front of a lance 
erect proper with pennon azure a lion stalanl 
giaardant per pale of the second and rirst 
resting the dexter paw upon a fountain as in 
the arms. 

Motto. — Ni! despeianduni. 



Casttoooti of Wii:%t ^tolie 
ou0r. CO. ^U00ej:. 



jolin Eastwood oL 
("ray ford, co. Ivcnt 
(soil of John liast- 
wood of Westmin 
sler. formerly of co. 
Vorl;) : boMi circa 
1800 ; died 15 Feb- 
ruary 1831. Will 
dated 22 August 
1826, proved (P.C.C. 
142 Tebhs) 22 March 
1 83 1, by jane East- 
wood, the relict. 



=Jane, ilau. of Robert Pate- 
man of Leicester ; died, 
aged 69, at Ehnside, Sur- 
biton Hill, co. .Surrey, 8 
March 1864, bur. at Swan- 
ley, CO. Kent. Will dated 
II July 1859, proved (Prin. 
Keg., 167, 64) 22 March 
1864, by John Fisher East- 
wood and William liignall 
Eastwood, sons. 



John I'isher Eastwood of Esher= 
Lodge, CO. Surrey; born 27 Novem- 
ber 1824; J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Surrey and Deputy Chairman of 
(.Quarter Sessions ; High Sheriff 1891 ; 
Alderman of Surrey County Council 
from its foundation ; died, aged 73, 
at Invery House, Banchory, N.B., 6 
October, bur. at Swanley 1 2 October 
1898. Will dated 9 March 1898, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 1222, 98) 15 
November 1898, by William Seymour 
Eastwood, Arthur Edgell Eastwood, 
John Charles Basil F]astwood and 
Frank IJruce Eastwood, sons. 



'Frances Mary, only 
dau. of Charles 
Thomas Pearce of 
(jrove Hill, Can;- 
berwell, co. Surrey ; 
niarr. at St. (files', 
Camberwell, 20 
October 1857 ; died, 
aged 42, at Esher 
Lodge 8 ALay 1876, 
bur. at Swanley. 



William .Seymour Eastwood of West Stoke House,- 
co. Susse.x ; born at 5 (Champion Hill Terrace, 
Carnberwell, on Saturday, 31 July, bapt at St. 
Ciiles', Camberwell, 8 September 185S ; educated at 
Eton and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 
13 Octoljer i'"'77 (2nJ cla.ss Mods. 1879, 2nd 
l^it. Hum. i88i), B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884; called 
to the Bar 26 January 18S4 at the Inner Temple, 
and also in 1890 at I^incoln's Inn. 



=Cecil Emma, eldest dau. of Colonel (he 
Hon'''' Sir Wellington Patrick Manvers 
Talbot, K.C.B., by Lady Emma Charlotte 
(Stanley) his wife, only dau. of Edward 
Geoffrey, 14th Earl of Derby, K.(j. {see 
Pedi;^ree of Derby, Vol. 17, pas^e 70); born 
6 April 1 864 ; marr. at Esher (by her uncle, 
the Hon'''^ and Rev. George Gustavns 
Chetwynd Talbot) i June 18S6. 



Rt. Rev. Neville Stuart Talbot, M.C., Bisliop of Pretoria= 
(2nd son of the Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of 
Vt'inchester) ; of Christ Church, Oxford. B.A. 1907, M.A. 
1 910, Fellow of Balliol ; Curate of St. Bartholomew's, Armle)', 
Leeds, CO. York, 1908-1909 ; E.xamining Chaplain to Arch- 
bishop of York 1908-10 ; Fellow, Theological and Classical 
Lecturer at Balliol College, Oxford, 1909-14; Chaplain to 
the Forces in European War 1915 (wounded); Chaplain, 
ist-class, 1916 (M.C. 1917). /K 



"Cecil Mary, born at 10 Hyde 
Park Gate, Kensington, Lon- 
don, 31 March 1887 ; bapt. at 
St. Mary .Abbott's, Kensing- 
ton ; marr. at West Stoke (by 
the Bishop of Winchester) 
13 ApHl 1 918. 



191 



Annie Maria, eldest dau.=j= 
of Henry Fielder ; niarr. 
at St. James', Paddington, 
London (by the Rev. 
Michael Seymour Edgell), 
23 August 1853 ; died, 
aged 39, at Kingswood 
Lodge, Englefield Green, 
CO. Surrey, 12 March 
1870, bur. at Swanley, 
CO. Kent. I St wife. 



^William Bignall Eastwood of Kingswood,= 
Englefield (ireen, and of 17 Gloucester 
Square, Hyde Park, London ; born in 
October 1826; died, aged 64, at Kings- 
wood, Englefield Green, 5 November 
1890, bur. at Swanley. Will dated 12 
March 1890, proved (Prin. Reg., 34, 91) 
8 January 1891, by Emelyn Cole East- 
wood, relict, John Fisher Eastwood, 
brother, William Seymour Eastwood and 
Arthur Edgell Eastwood, nephews, and 
John ("ole. 



=Emelyn Cole, eldest sur- 
viving dau. of Robert 
Bradford of Franks, co. 
Kent ; marr. at St. 
Michael's, I'addington 
(by her brother, the Rev. 
John Bradford, and tlie 
Rev. Michael Seymour 
Edgell), 20 February 
1873. 2nd wife. 



Colonel Robert John Bond, R.E., of Hinchoge,=p Florence Annie, born at 



Carrickmines, Dublin, formerly of Moorefield, 
Newbridge, co. Kildare ; born 9 September 1838 ; 
1-ieutenant Royal Engineers 21 December 1858, 
Captain 1872, Major 1879, Lieut. -Colonel 1882, 
Colonel 18 November 1886, retired 30 July 1891 ; 
served in Egyptian Expedition 18S2, at battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, " London 
(iazette," 2 November 1882, medal with clasp, 
bronze star, brevet of Lieut.- Colonel, 3rd-class 
Medjidie) ; died 23 June 191 7, bur. at Newbridge. 



4 St. George's Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London, 
17 June 1854 ; marr. 
at St. Michael and All 
Angels', Paddington, 
London, 27 April 1881 ; 
died, aged 59, at 
Moorfield, Newbridge, 
16 May 19 1 5, bur. at 
Nesvbridge. 



Constance, born 
at 4 St. George's 
Terrace, Regent's 
Park, 10 Novem- 
ber 1855. 



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Arthur Edgell Eastwood of Leigh= 
Court, Taunton, co. Somerset ; 
born at Champion Hill, Camberwell, 
CO. Surrey, on Friday, 18 May i860 ; 
educated at Eton and at New 
College, Oxford, matriculated 24 
November 1877, B.A. 1881, M.A. 
1885; admitted a Solicitor 1886; 
J. P. ior CO. Somerset 1903. 



^Margaret E.sther, dau. of William Knox AVigram of 
St. Margaret's, Twickenham, co. Middle.sex, Barrister-at- 
Law, by the Hon'''= Mary Ann (Pomeroy) his wife, dau. of 
John James, 5th Viscount Harberton ; marr. at Esher, 
CO. Surrey (by her uncle, the Rev. Spencer Wignim), 
on Tuesday, 22 October 1889 ; died at Leigh Court, 
Taunton, 13 December 19 12, bur. at Angersleigh, co. 
Somerset. Admon was granted at the Principal Registry 
II January 1Q13, to Arthur Edgell Eastwood. 



John Patrick Basil Eastwood, born 
at 10 Hyde Park Gate, Kensington, 
London, 30 January 1889, bapt. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington ; 
educated at Eton and at New 
College, Oxford; B.A. 191 1; tem- 
porary Lieutenant Royal Artillery, 
acting Captain 19 16-19 > served in 
European War 1914-18 (mentioned 
in despatches, " London Gazette," 14 
December iqi 7). 



I )orothy Constance, 
born at 36 Court- 
field Gardens, South 
Kensington, 19 Au- 
gust 1890, ba[)t. at 
Esher, co. Surrey ; 
died, aged 12, at 
Esher Lodge, Esher, 
3 November 1902. 



Charles Seymour F.astwood, M.C., 
born at Esher Lodge, Esher, S 
June 1893, bapt. at Esher; edu- 
cated at Eton : 2nd Lieutenant 
2ist Battalion London Regiment 
(First Surrey Rifles) 1914, I-ieu- 
tenant 191 5, Captain 1916 ; 
served in Fiance throughout 
the European War 1914-18; 
A.D.C. to 47th Division iqiS; 
M.C. 1918. 



19; 



Charles Woodman Kastwood, bapt. at= 
Crayford, co. Ivent ; of St. Joliii's (College, 
Oxford, matriculated i March 1848; of 
New inn Hall, S C.l.. 1852 ; died 6 April 
1874, bur. at San Franci.sco, California, 
U.S.A. 



=Isabella Rliza, dau. of Alexander Macdonald, 
Captain 30th Foot, by Mary (Macdonald) his 
wife ; niarr. in St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, New 
South Wales, 18 June i860; died 6 August 1867, 
bur. in Camperdown Cemetery, New South Wales. 



jane Isabella, born at Sydney 3 February 1862 ; 
died 6 .\ugust 1913, bur. at Swanley, co. Kent. 



Whitmore Lionel Richards of 23 01d= 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, London (youngest 
son of Hi.s Honour J. H. Richards, County 
Court Judge, co. Mayo) ; of Lincoln's Inn, 
called to the Bar 8 -May 189s. 



=Emelyn Mary, born at 5 Hyde 
Park Street, Hyde Park, London, 
24 April 1874; marr. at All 
Saints', Norfolk Square, London, 
3 December igo8. 



Ethel Beatrice, 
born at 1 7 (>lou- 
cester Square, 
Hyde Park, 15 
March 1875. 



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Hilda Marguerite, 
born at 1 7 Glou- 
cester Square, 
Hyde Park, 19 
December 1876. 



William Walter Rashleigh F'astwood of=pMabel Caroline, 3rd dau. of Arthur 



Wentfords, Clare, co. Suffolk ; born at 
1 7 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, 1 1 
February 1879, bapt. at St. Michaels, 
I'addington, London ; educated at Win- 
chester and at Merton College, O.xford. 



Ellershaw of Culworth Lodge, 
Scarborough, co. \'ork ; marr. at 
Holy Trinity, Brompton, London 
(by her uncle, the Rev. Frederick 
William Hutchinson), 25 July 1907. 



Emelyn Dorothy, born 2 
September 1908, bapt. at 
Oxted, CO. Surrey. 



I I 

Rachel, born 5 March William James Michael Eastwood, 

1913, bapt. at liramer- born at Bramerton 13 June 191 7, 

ton, CO. Norfolk. bapt. at Yelverton, co. Norfolk. 



Colonel John Charles Basil Eastwood, C.B., C. M.G., of Holly Bank,= 
near Woodstock, co. Oxford; born at Champion Hill, ('amberwell, co. 
Surrey, 24 March 1862, bapt. at St. (iiles', Camberwell ; educated at 
Eton and at New College, Oxford, matriculated 16 October 1880 (3rd 
Classical Mods. i88i); Hon. M.A. 1913; Lieutenant 12th (The Prince 
of Wales' Royal) Lancers 25 August 1883, Captain 1889, Major 1898, 
Lieut. -Colonel 1904, Colonel (by brevet) 22 August 1907, retired 28 
April 1909; of the Reserve of Officers ; served in South African War 
1899-1902 (Queen's medal with three clas|)s. King's medal with two 
clasps) ; Lieut. -Colonel Commaniling Oxford University Officers' Training 
Corps (Oxford University Contingent) 1909-14 ; in European War 1914, 
Commandant on Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 22 June 1915, 15 June 1916 and 15 Mav 1917, 
C.M.G. 1916) ; C.B. 1918 ; J. P. for co. Oxford. 



=Hon'''' Eleanor Sophia 
(Heneage), 3rd dau. 
of Edward, ist Baron 
Heneage, by Lady 
EleanorCecilia(Hare) 
his wife, youngest twin 
daughter of William, 
2nd Earl of Listowel, 
K.P. ; born i October 
1871 ; marr. at Hain- 
ton, CO. Lincoln, 26 
September 1901. 



(ierald Arthur Eastwood, born at Esher 
Lodge, Esher, co. Surrey, 8 May 1897, bapt. 
at Esher ; educated at Eton ; 2nd Lieutenant 
Royal Artillery lo May 1916, Lieutenant 
Royal Horse Artillery 1920 ; served in 
European War in France, India, and 
.Mesopotamia. 



Edward Geoffrey East- 
wood, born at Esher 
Lodge, Esher, 22 Jan- 
uary 1904, bapt. there 
privately; died 27 Jan- 
uary following, bur. at 
Esher. 



Christopher Gilbert 
Eastwood, born at 
Glenhurst, Esher, on 
Good iM'iday, 21 April 
1905, bapt. at Eslier ; 
educated at I'.ton. 



'93 



Rev. Michael Seymour Edgell (3rd son of the Rev.= 
Edward Edgell of Bathwick, co. Somerset) ; bapt. 
at Bathwick ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 
a I May 1840, aged 18, B.A. 1844 ; Curate of 
Rodden, co. Somerset, 1845-47, of St. John's, 
Lambeth, 1847-48, of St. Mary, Newington, 1848-49, 
of Holy Trinity, Southwark, all co. Surrey, 1849-50, 
of St. Botolph's, Bisiiopsgate, London, 1850-51; 
Vicar of St. Margaret's, Leicester, 1851-52; Curate 
of St. Giles', Caniberweli, co. Surrey, 1853-60 ; 
Vicar of Swanley, co. Kent, 1861-92 ; died, aged 80, 
at the Vicarage, Swanley, 20 March 1902, bur. 
there. Will dated i November 1899, with three 
codicils dated 17 June 1901 to 23 December 1901, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 634, 1902) 2 May 1902, by the 
Rev. Edward Methuen Rogers Edgell, nephew, 
Sir Richard Mills, K.C.B., and Percy Wilson Daniel 
Cruttwell. 



=Jane Anne Elizabeth, 
marr. at St. Mark'.s, 
Surbiton, co. Surrey 
(by the Rev. Charles 
William Edgell), on 
Tuesday, 26 October 
1852 ; died, aged 76, 
at the Vicarage, Swan- 
ley, on Monday, 7 
August 1899, bur. at 
Swanley. Will dated 
24 March 1892, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 
141 7, 99) 20 Decem- 
ber 1899, by WiHiam 
Seymour Eastwood, 
Barrister-at-Lavv. 



I 
Frances, of The 

Orchard, Swanley ; 
died unmarried, 
aged 53. at Esher 
Lodge, CO. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 22 
April 1884, bur. 
there. Will dated 
22 June 1880, 
proved ( Prin. Reg., 
474, 84) 28 June 
1884, by John 
Fisher Eastwood 
and William Big- 
wood Eastwood, 
brothers. 



Frank Bruce Eastwood of Woodyates Manor,=Amy Sophie, eldest dau. of ^ViHiam Keswick of 



CO. Dorset ; bom at Elmside, Surbiton Hill, 
CO. Surrey, 12 July 1866, bapt. at St. Mark's, 
Surbiton ; educated at Eton ; Captain 
(retired) 5th Volunteer Battalion East Surrey 
Regiment ; J. P. for co. Dorset. 



Eastwick Park, Leatherhead, co. Surrey, and of 
Beech Grove, Dumfries, M.P. ; marr. at Great 
Bookham, co. Surrey (by the Rev. Basil Tilson 
Shaen Carter) 31 July 1895. 



Rev. Basil Tilson Shaen Carter (7th son of Thomas Shaen Carter of=Mary Beatrice, 

Watlington Park, co. 0.\ford, by Maria Susan his wife, only surviving child born ai Champion 

and heir of Colonel Henry Tilson of Watlington Park) ; born 2 February Hill, co. Surrey, 

1858; of New College, Oxford, matriculated 14 A])ril 1877, B.A. 1880, on Friday, 12 Feb- 

M.A. 1884; Vicar of Watlington 1886; died, aged 38, at Highwood, ruary 1864; marr. 

Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, on Wednesday, 11 March, bur. at at Esher on 

Christmas Common, Watlington, on Monday, 16 March 1896. Will dated Tuesday, 26 July 

10 October 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 448, 96) 13 May 1896, by Mary 1892. 
Beatrice Carter, relict, and George Tilson Shaen Carter, brother. 



Edward Arthur Wightwick of Round Close,-j=Alice Mabel, born at Esher Lodge, co. 
Cobham, co. Surrey, youngest son of the I Surrey, on Tuesday, 7 July 1868 ; marr. at 
Rev. Henry Wightwick, Vicar of Codford | Esher on Tuesdav, 14 February 1893. 
St. Peter, co. Wilts. ^jy 



194 



KNUTSFORD. 

Arms on record at the College of Arms. — Per pale argent and azure 
semee-de-lis a lion rampant guardant counter-changed over all a 
bendlet engrailed gules. 

Crest. — Out of a crown vallery or a demi-lion guardant per bend argent 
and azure charged with a bendlet engrailed counter-changed 
holding in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis argent. 

Supporters. — On either side a lion guardant argent guttle de larmes, the 
body charged with two fleur-de-lis in fesse between two bars 
engrailed azure. 

Motto. — Respice aspice prospice. 



jSinutsforli. 



Samuel Holland of Sandlebridge, Kiiutsfordj'j'Anne, dau. of Peter 



CO. Chester (4th son of John Holland of 
Mobberley, co. Chester, by Mary his 
wife, dau. of Peter Colthurst of Little 
VVarford, co. Chester) ; born 25 March 
1734; died, aged 82, 26 May 1816, bur. 
in Knutsford Chapel. 



Swinton of Knutsford ; 
marr. 10 October i 763 ; 
died I July 1814, bur. 
in Knutsford Chapel. 



Elizabeth, 
died in 
1816. She 
married 
William 
Stevenson. 

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Mary, daughter and co- = 
heir of the Rev. William 
Willets, of Newcastle - 
under-Lyme, co. Stafford. 
Will dated 4 February 
1888, proved (Prin. Reg., 
923, 92) 14 September 
1892, by Robert Ellis 
Grundy and Rowland 
Ellis Hodgson, Barrister- 
at-Law. ist wife. 



=Peter Holland of Sandlebridge,= 
and of Knutsford, Surgeon; born 
3 June 1766; died, aged 88, at 
Knutsford on Friday, 19 January 
1855, Will dated 2 September 
1846, proved (P.C.C. 327, 55) 
25 April 1855, by Charles Aikin 
Holland, son, and Mary Holland 
spinster, daughter. 



=Mary, dau. of 
Jeremiah Whitaker 
of Manchester; 
marr. at Walcot 
Church, Bath, co. 
Somerset, on 
Christmas Day, 
1808. 2nd wife. 



Charles Aikin Holland, died at^Elizabeth, 

Meadhurst, Westwood Park, South- marriage 

ampton, 1 August 1892. Will dated settlements 

4 February 1888, proved (Prin. Reg., dated 12 

923, 92) 14 September 1892, by April 1842. 
Robert Ellis Grundy and Rowland 
Ellis Hodgson, Barrister-at-Law. 



Arthur Holland, 
died young. 



Susan, married 
. . . Deane. 



I 
Charles Holland, 
died young. 



Samuel Holland of 
Liverpool and of 
Plas-yn - Penhryn, 
CO. Merioneth ; 
born in 1768; died 
in 1851. He 
married in 1796, 
Catherine, dau. of 
John Menzies of 
Liverpool. — 
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I I I 

Swinton Colthurst Holland=f=Anne, daughter of the Rev. Abigail Holland. 



of Roehampton,co. Surrey, 
and of Trieste, Austria ; 
born 27 November 1777; 
"died 27 December 1827. 
Will dated 17 November 
1827, proved (P.C.C. 80 
Sutton) 28 February 1828, 
by Jameson Hunter and 
Henry Holland, nephew. 



A 



(For issue see page 20J.) 



William Willets, of New- 
castle-under-Lyme : married 
9 May 1805 ; died, aged 
76, at Boughton House, 
Worcester, on Tuesday, 18 
February 1845. Will dated 
25 December 1841, proved 

(P.C.C. 398, 45) 9 May 1845, 
by Edward Holland, son. 



Hannah, marr. 
Lamb, 
who died in 
1827. 



198 



Margaret Emina,^Sir Henry Holland, Baronet, M. D., of Sandiebridgc,=rSaba, dau. of the Rev. 



4th dau. of 
James Caldwell 
of Linley Wood, 
CO. Stafford; 
marr. at Audley, 
CO. Stafford, on 
Tuesday, 8 Oc- 
tober 1822 ; died 
in Brook Street, 
Grosvenor 
Square, London, 
on Tuesday, 2 
February 1830. 
ist wife. 



CO. Chester, and of 25 Brook Street, (Jrosvenor Square, 
London; born at Knulsford, co. Chester, 27 October 
1788; educated at Newcastle-upon-'l'yne 7799-1803, at 
Bristol 1804 and at Glasgow University 1804- 1806; 
M.D.Edin. 12 September 181 1, L.R.C.P. 1816, F.R.C.P. 
1828, and VM'. ; Gulstonian Ix;cturer 1830, Censor 1832 
-1836 and 1842, Consiliarius 1836, 1839, 1844-46, 
1850-52 and 1869; Domestic Physician to (Caroline, 
Princess of Wales, 1814, Physician E.xtraordinary to King 
William IV. 16 April 1835, Physician-in-Ordinary to 
Queen Victoria 1852-73, and H.R.H. the Prince Consort 
1840-61 ; Fellow of tiie Geographical Society 1809, 
Fellow of the Royal Society 19 January 181 5, President of 
the Royal Institution; D.C.L. of O.xford 4 June 1856; 
created a Baronet 10 May 1853; Author of " Travels in 
the Ionian Isles, Albania, Thessaly, and Macedonia," 
18 1 5, and other works; died, on his 86th birthday, at 72 
Brook .Street, Grosvenor Square, on Monday, 27 October 
1873, bur. at Willesden, co. Middlesex. Will dated 
14 December i86g, with two codicils dated 14 December 
1869 and 25 July 1873, proved (Prin. Reg., 769, 73) 
8 November 1873, by Sir Henry Thurstan Holland, 
Baronet, and the Rev. Francis James Holland, sons. 



Sydney Smith, Canon of 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 
London, by Catherine 
Amelia his wife, dau. 
of John Pybus of Cheam, 
CO. Surrey ; marr. 20 
March 1834 ; Author of 
"A Memoir of lier Father, 
the Rev. Sydney Smith " 
(2 vols.) 1855 ; died at 
25 Lower Brook Street, 
Grosvenor Square, London, 
2 November 1866. Will 
dated 19 August 1852, with 
codicil dated 26 February 
1856, proved (Prin. Reg., 
37, 67) 12 January 
1867, by Henry Thurstan 



Holland 
Bu.xton. 



and Charles 
2nd wife. 



Caroline, born in Lower Brook Street, Edith Saba, 

Grosvenor Square, 29 January 1835; born in Lower 

died unmarried, aged 74, at Brighton, Brook Street 

CO. Sussex, on Monday, 5 April, on Sunday, 

cremated, the remains being interred 1 1 February, 

in the Extra Mural Cemetery, died there on 

Brighton, on Thursday, 8 April 1909. Thursday, 29 

Will dated 2 August 1907, proved November 

(Prin. Reg., 788, 1909) 11 May 1909, 1838. 
by Bernard Henry Holland and 
Francis Caldwell Holland, nephews, 
and George Sta[)ylton Barnes. 



I 
Gertrude, born in Lower 
Brook Street, Grosvenor 
Square, 25 March 1840; died 
unmarried, aged 58, at The 
Manor House, Byfl'-et, co. 
Surrey, on Tuesday, 30 
August 1898. Will dated 
15 August 1894, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1033, 98) 21 
September 1898, by iJernard 
Henry Holland, nephew, 
and George Barnes. 



Charles Buxton (3rd son of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, =f-Emily Mary, marr. at St. George's, 

Hanover Square, London, on 
Thursday, 7 February 1850 ; 
died at Fox Warren, Cobham, 
CO. Surrey, 19 June 1908. Will 
dated 4 July 1896, with three 
codicils dated 6 July 1896 to 
6 January 1906, proved (Prin. 
Reg.. 1314, 1908) 26 September 
1908, by Sydney Charles Buxton, 
M.P. (now Viscount Buxton), 
and George Stapylton Barnes, 
son-in-law. 



ist Baronet, of Bellfield, co. Dorset, by Hannah his 
wife [sister of Elizabeth Fry], ■ 5th dau. of John 
Gurney of Earlham, co. Norfolk) ; born at Cromer, 
CO. Norfolk, iS November 1822; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, admitted Pen.sioner 19 September 1840, 
matriculated 1841, Scholar 1844, B.A. 1845, M.A. 
1850 ; M.P. for Newport, Isle of Wight, 28 March 1857 
to ^3 April 1859, for Maidstone 30 April 1859 to 
6 July 1865 and for East Surrey 20 July 1865 to death ; 
Member of the Ritual Commission 1867-68; Author 
of " Slavery and Freedom in the British West 
Indies" i860, and other works; died, aged 48, at 
Lockhearnhead Hotel, near Killin, co. Perth, on 
Thursday, 10 August 187 i. /t\ 



Elinor Anne, 
died in 1829. 



199 



Mary, died, aged 84, at Church House, 
Knutsford, co. Chester, on Monday, 1 1 
June 1S77. Will dated 15 November 
1873, with two codicils dated 24 Novem- 
ber 1874 and 19 March 1875, l>i'"ved 
(Prin. Reg., 577, 77) 5 July 1877, by 
Sir Henry Thurstan Holland, Baronet, 
K.C.MXJ., nephew. 



Kessy, married Lucy, died, aged 82, at Church House, 
the Rev. Frank- Knutsford, on Friday, 24 August 1883. 
lyn Howarth. Will dated 4 February 1874, with codicil 

dated 24 October 1881, proved (Prin. 
Keg., 757, 83) 18 September 1883, by 
Sir Henry Thurstan Holland, Baronet, 
K.C. M.G., and the Rev. Francis James 
Holland, the nephews. 



Ehzabeth Margaret,^ 
youngest dau. of 
Nathaniel Hibbert 
of Munden House, 
Aldenham, CO. Hert- 
ford, by Emily his 
wife, dau. of the 
Rev. Sydney Smith, 
Canon of St. Paul's 
Cathedral, London ; 
marr. at Aldenham 
(bythe Rev. Francis 
James Holland) on 
Wednesday, 18 
August 1852 ; died, 
aged 21, at 50 
Chester Square, 
London, on Thurs- 
day, 12 April 1855, 
bur. at Aldenham. 
I St wife. 



as 

CO. 



=Sir Henry Thurstan Holland, Viscount Knutsford and 
a Banmet, O.C. M.G. ; born in Lower Brook Street, 
London, on Wednesday, 3 August 1825 ; educated 
at Harrow, admitted January 1838, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, B.A. 1847; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar 1849, Bencher 1881 ; Legal Adviser 
to Colonial Oftice 1867-70; Assistant Under- 
Secretary of Stale for the Colonies 1870-74; M.P. for 
Midhurst 23 September 1874-85 and for Hampstead 
1885-88; Financial Secretary to the 'IVeasury June to 
September 1885 ; Vice-President of the Council on 
Education September 1885 to February 1886 and 
August 1886 to January 1887, Secretary of State for 
the Colonies January 1887 to August 1892 ; an 
Ecclesiastical Commissioner for England 1887-92; 
J. P. for the counties of Surrey and London, D.L. for 
CO. Middlesex ; a Trustee of the National Portrait 
Gallery ; Sub-Prior and Knight of Justice and Honorary 
Baililif of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; 
sv.'orn a Privy Councillor 1885 ; Vice-Chairnian of 
the British Red Cross Society ; succeeded his father 
2nd liaionet 27 October 1873, and created, 
February 1888, Baron Knutsford of Knutsford, 
Chester, and 3 August 1895 advanced to a 
Viscountcy; died, aged 88, at 75 Eaton Square, 
London, on Thursday, 29 January, bur. at Witley, 
CO. Surrey, on Monday, 2 February 1914. Memorial 
Services at the Temple Church and at the Grand 
Priory Church of the Order of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem same day. Will dated 21 July 1910, with 
codicil dated 23 November 1914, proved (Prin. Reg., 
258, 14) 28 P'ebiuary 1914, by Sydney George, ^'iscount 
Knutsford, and the Hon'''* Lionel Raleigh Holland, sons, i 

(Fur Issue see 



"Margaret Jean, elder dau. 
of the Rt. Hon'''* Charles 
Edward Trevelyan, 1st 
Baronet, K.C.B., by 
Hannah More his wife, 
dau. of Zachary Macaulay, 
and sister of Thomas 
Babington, Baron Macaulay 
of Rothley ; born at Cal- 
cutta 14 October 1835, 
bapt. in the Cathedral 
there ; marr. at St. 
Michael's, Chester Square, 
London (by the Rev. 
William Trevelyan), 25 
November 1858 ; a Lady 
of Justice of the Order of 
St. John of Jerusalem in 
Kngland ; died, aged 70, 
at 75 F,aton Square, Lon- 
don, on Sunday, 26 August, 
bur. at Witley, co Surrey, 
on Thursdity, 30 August 
1906. Will dated 18 
January 1904, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1484, 1906) 
16 November 1906, by 
Henry Thurstan, Viscount 
Knutsford, the Hon'''* 
Cecil Trevelyan Holland, 
and the Hon'^''-' Lionel 
Raleigh Holland, sons. 
2nd wife. 

/rtj,r 204.) 



200 



Rev. Francis James Holland, born at Lower Brook Street, London, on Siinday,=p 
20 January iiS28 ; educated at J-^ton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner i January 1846, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853; Incumbent of 
Quebec Chapel, Marylebone, London, 1861-83; Chaplain in Ordinary to 
Queen Victoria 1876-1901, Honorary Chaplain to King Edward VH. 1901 ; 
Vicar of St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, 1853-61 ; one of the six preachers in 
Canterbury Cathedral 1856-S2, Canon of Canterbury 1882, Proctor in Con- 
vocation ; died, aged 79, at Sorrento, Italy, on Sunday, 27 January 1907, bur. 
at Godmersham, co. Kent, after a service in Canterbury Cathedral. Will 
dated 21 November 1906, proved (Prin. Reg., 409, 1907) 15 March 1907, by 
Bernard Henry Holland, C.B., son, and Harry William Lyall, brother in-law. 



■Mary Sibylla, eldest dau. 
of the Rev, Alfred Lyall, 
Rector of Harbledown, 
CO. Kent ; niarr. at 
Harbledown on Tues- 
day, 23 October 1855; 
died, aged 55, at The 
Lodge, Harbledown, on 
Wednesday, 23 Sep- 
tember 1891. 



Bernard Henry Holland, C.B., of Harbledown Lodge, Canterbury, co. Kent,= 
and of 29 Kensington Square, London ; born on Tuesday, 23 December 
1856 ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1875, B.A. 1879, ?*I-A. 1883 ; of the Inner 'I'emple, called to 
the Bar 1882 : served on Charity Commission 1884-90, and Royal Commissions 
on Financial Relations 1894, on Transvaal Concessions 1900, on Port of 
London 1901 and on South African War 1902 ; Private Secretary to the 
Duke of Devonshire 1892-94, and to the Secretaries of State for the Colonies 
1903-1908; .Alderman of London County Council 1910; Sub-Commissioner 
for National Service for East Kent area 1917 ; C. B. 24 June 1904 ; Author of 
"Life of the Duke of Devonshire," 191 i, "The Lancashire Hollands," 1917, 
and other works. 



■Florence Helen, youngest 
dau. of the Rev. William 
Arthur Duckworth of 
Orchardleigh Park.Frome, 
CO. Somenset, bv the 
Hon"' Edith (Campbell) 
his wife, youngest tiau. of 
John, Baron Campbell ; 
marr. at Orchardleigh 
on Thursday, 3 January 
'895- 



Christoplier Bernard Holland, born at 32 Kensington Square 
on Wednesday, 20 July 1898; died at Orcliardleigh on Saturday, 
24 September following. 



Mary Verena Violet, born at 32 
Kensington Square on i'uesday 
26 March 1901. 



Charles James Cropper of 
Ellergreen, Kendal, co. 
Westmorland (only son of 
James Cropper of Eller- 
green, M.P., by Fanny 
Alison his wife, dau. o! 
John Wakefield of Sedg- 
wick, CO. Westmorland) ; 
born6 July 1852 ; cilurated 
at Rugby, ad.uitted Sep- 
tember 1866, and atTriiiity 
College, ('ainbridge, matri- 
culated Michaelinns Tcr:n 
1871, B.A. 1875: J. P. for 
CO. Westmorland, High ! 
Sheriff 1906. .-k 



'=j=Edith Emily, 
born at 50 
Chester Stjuare, 
London, on Fri- 
day, 28 October 
1853; marr. at 
All Saints', 
Ennismore Gar- 
dens, London 
(by the Rev. 
Francis James 
Holland), on 
'i'liursday, 3 



I 
Sir Sydney George Flolland, Viscount= 
Knutsford and Baron Knutsford of 
Knutsford, co. Chester, and a Baronet 
(twin with Arthur Henry) ; born at 50 
Chester Square 19 March 1855, bapi. 
at St. Michael's, Chester Square ; edu- 
cated at Wellington College and at 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1873, LL. B. 1877, 
Hon. Fellow Trinity Hall ; of the Inner 
Temple, called to the Bar 1879 ; J. P. 
for the counties of London and Miildle- 
sex ; (Chairman of The London Hospital 
and of Poplar Hosj)ilaI ; a Knight of 
Glare of the Order of Si. John of 
Jeru.salem in England ; 2nd-class Order 
of the I'annebrog ; succeeded hisfalher 
as 2nd Viscount 29 January 1914. 



T= Lady Mary (Ash- 
j burnhani), youn- 
gest dau of Ber- 
tram, 4th l^arl of 
Ashburnham, by 
Catherine Char- 
lotte his wife, dau. 
of George Baillie 
of JcrviswoodjCO. 
Lanark ; lorn 21 
December 1859 ; 
marr. at Christ 
Church, r^iayfair, 
London (by t)ie 
kcv. Francis 
James Holland), 
23 Jani;;)iy 1883. 



Lucy Katharine, 
born at Llan- 
gattock Park, 
Crick howell, co. 
Brecknock, 15 
September 1886, 
baptised at Llan- 
gattock. 



Lieut-Colonel Lord Douglas Malise Graham, D.S.O., M.C., of=^^Rachel Mary, 

Buchanan Castle, Drymen, Glasgow (2nd son of Douglas Beresford born on Sunday, 

Malise Ronald, Duke of .Monir(ise, K.G.) ; born at Buchanan i March 1891, 

Castle, Gla.sgow, 14 October 1883; 2nd Lieutenant Royal .\rtilleiy bapt. at Quebec 

21 December 1901, Lieutenant 1904, Captain December 1913, Major Chapel, Lon- 

June 1916, Lieut.-Colonel by brevet 3 June 1919; served in don; marr. at 

European War 1914-18 ; A. D.C. :o General Sir Charles Fergusson, St. Michael's, 

1 914, and afterwards commanded a battery (mentioned in despatches, Chester Square, 

"London Gazette," 19 October 1914, 22 June igis, 15 June 1916, London,29 July 

14 January and 15 May 1917, D.S.O. 1917, M.C.) I9i9- 



Rev. William Henry Bolton (eldest son of the Rev. William Jay Bolton= 
of St. James', Bath, co. Somerset, by Margaretta Klizabeth Jones his wife, 
dau. of the Rev. Henry Watts Wilkinson); born at 7 Feci Terrace, Dyke 
Road, Brighton, co. Sussex, 7 May 1859 ; of Queens' College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1877, ii.A. 1881, M.A. 1884; Curate of 
Holy Trinity, Exeter, CO. Devon, 1882-84; Sub-Warden of St. Augustine's 
College, Canterbury, co. Kent, 1884-89 ; Vicar of St. Sithney 1889-91, of 
Saltash 1891-95, and of Penzance, all co. Cornwall, 1895-1901, Vicar of 
St. John-the-Evangelist's, Upper Norwood, co. Surrey, 1901 ; died at St. 
John's House, Upper Norwood, on Monday, 4 August, bur. at Elmer's 
End, CO. Kent, on Thursday, 7 August 1902. 



^Agnes Mary, of 17 
Wellington Road, 
Brighton ; born at 
St. Dunstan's, Can- 
terbury, on Satur- 
day, 30 January 
1858 ; marr. at 
Canterbury Cathe- 
dral on Saturday, 
29 June 1889. 



Catherine Sibylla, born 
at 32 Kensington Square, 
London, on Tuesday, 1 7 
March 1903. 



John Francis Holland, born at Harbledown 
Lodge, Canterbury, co, Kent, on Thursday, 
9 August 1906, died there on Thursday, 
27 September following. 



Alfred Bernard Holland, 
born at 29 Kensington 
Square on Wednesday, 
17 June 1908. 



Arthur Henry Hoiland-Hibbert (twin with Sydney George)=qf=Ellen, eldest dau. of Sir Wilfrid 



of Munden, Watford, co. Hertford ; born at 50 Chester 
Square, London, on Monday, 19 March 1855, bapt. at 
Aldenham, co. Hertford ; of the Royal Navy, Midshipman 
20 October 1870, acting Sub -Lieutenant (retired) 1875 ; of 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Michaelmas Term 1875; J. P., D.L., 
and County Alderman, co. Hertford, High Sheriff 1891; 
assumed by Royal Licence dated 17 May 1876 the additional 
name and arms of Hibbert, in compliance with the will of 
his grandmother, Emily, widow of Nathaniel Hibbert, and 
dau. of the Rev. Sydney Smith, Canon of St. Paul's. 



Lawson, 2nd Baronet, M.P., by 
Mary his wife, 3rd dau. of Joseph 
Pocklington-Senhouse of Nether- 
hall, CO. Cumberland ; born at 
Brayton, co. Cumberland, on 
Saturday, 13 August 1864 ; marr. 
at Aspatria, co. Cumberland (by 
Canon Francis James Holland), 
on Wednesday, 5 November 1884. 



Robert Cholmley Faulconer of Nottlers, St. Albans, co.= 
Hertford, M.C (son of Arthur Cholmley Faulconer of Tena- 
menis, King's Langlev, co. Hertford; ; born at O.xley Lane, 
near Watford, i July 1884 ; educated at Wellington College ; 
Captain Hertfordshire Yeomanry ; served in European War 
1914-19 (Military Cross). 



=Elsie, born at Munden, Watford, 
on Monday, 18 January 1886, 
bapt. at Aldenham ; married 
at Aldenham on Saturday, 21 
June 19 1 3. 



Thurstan Holland - Hibbert of Nulebush, Leighton Buzzard, = 
CO. Bedford: born at Munden, Watford, on Tuesday, 19 June 
1888, bapt. at Al'Jenliam ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, matriculated 1907, B.A. 1910; of the 
Inner Temple, called to the Bar 24 June 1914 ; 2nd Lieu- 
tenant Hertfordshire Yeomanry, Lieutenant 2nd Dragoons 
(Royal Scots Greys), Captain Remount Department. 



.Viola Mary, elder dau. of 
Thomas Meadows Clutterbuck 
of Putteridgebury, and of 
Micklefield Hall, Rickmans- 
worth, both co. Hertford ; 
marr. at Lilley, co. Hertford, 
on Wednesday, 24 July 191 2. 



Diana, born at Putteridgebury, 
on Saturday, 5 September 19 14, 
bapt. at Aldenham. 



Julian Thurstan Hoiland-Hibbert, born at 
Putteridgebury, on Monday, 3 May 1920, 
bapt. at Aldenham. 



Allred Dunstan Holland, born at St. 
Dunstan's, Canterbury, co. Kent, on 
Tuesday, 29 March 1859; died, aged 
10, at Foxholm, Cobhain, co. Surrey, 
on Tuesday, 24 August 1869. 



Lucy Verena, born at 23 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park. 
London, on Monday, 26 July 1862, bapt. at St. 
Michael's, Harbledown, co. Kent ; died unmarried, at 
Harbledown, on Friday, 3 September 1886, buried at 
Godniersham, co. Kent. 



Francis Caldwell Holland of Hillside Hoase,= 
West Horsley, co. Surrey, and of 12 Onslow 
Crescent, South Kensington, London ; born at 
23 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, on Friday 21 
April 1865; educated at Eton, admitted 1877, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1883, B.A. 1886, M.A. 
1891 ; a Clerk in the House of Commons. 



=Maud Constance, only surviving child of Sir 
Spencer Walpole, K.C.B., by Marion Jftne 
his wife, younger dau. of Sir John Oigby 
Murray, lolh Baronet; born at i Coleshill 
Street (now Katon Terrace), Eaton Square, 
London, on Friday, 6 May 1870; marr. at 
St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington, London, on 
Tuesday, 9 November 1897. 



Michael James Holland of Lullings, Balcombe,=jpMarion Ada Flora, elder dau. of Henry 
CO. Sussex; born at 37 Sussex Gardens, Hyde I'aik, John Tschudi Broadwood of Bone Hill, 
London, on Tuesday, 25 October 1870; educated near St. Albans, co. Hertford, by Ada 
at Eton ; Lieutenant 2nd Regiment King Edward's his wife, dau. of Sir Leopold Heath, 
Horse; Private Secretary to Sir William Edward K.C.B. ; marr. at Christ Church, Mayfair, 
Maxwell, K.C. M.G., when Governor of Gold Coast. London, on Saturday, 6 May 191 1. 



Antony Francis Holland, born at 12 
Onslow Crescent, South Kensington, 
on Wednesday, 4 June 1913, bapt. at 
the [jarish church, Brompton, London. 



Uavid Cuthbert Lyall Holland, born 
at 4 Victoria Road, Kensington, on 
Tuesday, 23 March 1915, bapt. at 
East Horsley, co. Surrey. 



Wilfrid Holland-Hibbert, born at Munden,=j=Audrey, dau. of Mark Fenwick of Abbotswood, 



Watford, co. Hertford, on Wednesday, 4 
January 1893, bapt. at Aldenham, co. Hert- 
ford ; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; (.Captain Hertfordshire 
Yeomanry ; A.D.C. to Viceroy of India 



Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, and of 22 
Bruton Street, London ; marr. at St. George's, 
Hanover Square, London, on Wednesday, 25; 
September 1918. 



Lavinia, born at 26 Chesham Place, Belgrave 
Square, London, on Sunday, 19 October 19 19, 
bapt. at St. George's, Hanover Square. 



303 



Elizabeth Margaret,-]-Sir Henry Thurstan=T=Margaret Jean, elder dau. 
dau. of Nathaniel Holland, Viscount of the Rt. HonW' Charles 
Hibbert. ist wife. | Knutsford. Edward Trevelyan, ist 

Baronet, K.C.B. 2nd wife. 

(For issue see page 200.) 



I 
Henry Macaulay Holland, 
born at 8 Grosvenor 
Crescent, Belgrave .Square, 
London, on Friday, 16 
September 1859 ; educated 
at Harrow, admitted 
Easter 1873 ; died, aged 
18, at Frankfort-onMain, 
(lerniany, on Saturday, 
6 April 1878. Memorial 
tablet in the School 
Chapel at Harrow. 



Reginald Abel Smith (eldest son of Robert= 
Smith of Goldings, co. Hertford, by Isabel his 
wife, dau. of Henry John Adeane of Babraham 
Hall, CO. Cambridge, M.P.); born at 14 
Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster, on 
Sunday, 11 October 1857 ; of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, matriculated 1875, B.A. 1879; 
Hon. Major Hertfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
a Director of the Equitable Life Assurance 
Society ; died, aged 44, at Windsor, co. Berks, 
on Saturday, 26 April, bur. at St. Michael's 
and All Angel's, Watford, co. Hertford, 30 
April igo2. 



A 



=Margaret Alice, of 
43 Cadogan Square, 
Chelsea, co. Mid- 
dlesex ; born at 25 
Rutland Gate, Ken- 
sington, London, 5 
September 1861 ; 
marr. at St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, Lon- 
don (by the Rev. 
Francis James Hol- 
land), on Thursday, 
15 October 1S85. 



Cecil Trevelyan Holland of Leamington, co. Warwick ; born at 25 Rutland= 
Gate, Kensington, on Sunday, 26 October 1862 ; educated at Wellington 
College; Lieutenant Coldstream Guards 30 January 1884, Captain 18 May 
1892, of the King's Royal Rifle Corps 20 July following; A.D.C. to Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief, Malta, 28 December 1888, to General Officer 
Commanding, Cape of Good Hope, 13 February 1890; employed with Lagos 
Constabulary 28 February 1894; Inspector-General of Police, Mauritius, 28 
February 1894 ; served in Soudan E.xpedition 1885 at Suakin, action at 
Hasheen, attack on convoy 24 March and action at Tamai (medal with clasi), 
bronze star); Governor of H.M. Prison at Canterbury 1902-1908. 



i.Alice, dau. of 
Gilbert Walker 
of London ; 
marr. at the 
Cathedral, 
Mauritius, on 
Tuesday, 2 1 
April 1896. 



Robert Begbie Longridge (younger son=j=Alice Mary, born at South Kensington on 



of Robert Charles Longridge) ; Captain 
16th Lancers, attached to Royal Air 
Force. 



Saturday, 25 September 1897 ; marr. at St. 
John's, Knutsford, co. Chester, 23 April 1919. 



Lionel Raleigh Holland of 14 Buckingham Street, Strand, London ; born at 25 Rutland Gate, 
Kensington, on Wednesday, 22 March 1865, bapt. at All Saints', FZnnisniorc Gardens, 
South Kensington; educated at Harrow, admitted September 1878, and at King'."; College, 
Cambridge, admitted 8 October 1883, matriculated Michaelmas Term 1883, B.A. (and-class 
Historical Tripos) 1886, LL.B. (2nd-class La vv Tripos 18S7) 1889; of the Inner Temple, 
called to the Bar i88g ; M.P. for Tower Hamlets (Bow and Bromley division) 1895-99 ; 
Member London County Council (Westminster) 1895-98 ; Honorary Secretary London 
Municipal Society ; in command of the British Red Cross Ambulance Unit, working for 
the French Army in Northern France and Belgium 1914-15 (1914 medal) ; formerly Editor of 
the " English Illustrated Magazine." 




204 



H^oIIant)- 



Swinton Colthuist Holland of Roeliampton,=pAiiiie, dau. of the Rev. William Willetts of 

CO. Surrey, and of Tricsie, Austria (3rd | Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford ; niarr. 

son of Samuel Holland, set- pat,'e ig^'); i 9 May 1805 ; died, aged 76, at Houghton 

born 27 Noveuiber 1777 ; died 27 Decern- j House, Worcester, on Tuesday, i8 February 

ber 1827. Will dated 17 November 1827, 1845. Will dated 25 December 1841, proved 

proved (P.C.C. 80 Sulioii) 28 February (P.C.C. 398, 45) 9 May 1845, by Edward 

1828, by Jameson Hunter ami Henry Holland, son. 
Holland, nephew. 1 



Sophia, youngest dau.-p-Edward Holland of Dumbleton Hall, co. Gloucester ;=f-Frances Maria, dau 



of Elias Isaac of 
Boughton, CO. Wor- 
cester, by Harriet his 
wife, dau. of William 
Whitmore of Dud- 
maston, co. Salop ; 
marr. at St. John's, 
near Worcester, on 
Thursday, 26 April 
1832 ; died, aged 37, 
on Sunday, 5 January 
1851. 1st wife. 



born at Trieste 11 February 1806; educated 
at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
admitted Pensioner 29 September 1823, matriculated 
1824, B.A. 1829, M.A. 1850; admitted to Lincoln's 
Inn 15 January 1827 ; J. P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester ; 
M.P. for East Worcestershire 19 January 1835 to 
17 July 1837, for Evesham 11 July 1855 to 11 No- 
vember 1868; died, aged 68, at Dumbleton Hall, on 
Monday, 4 January 1875, bur. at Dumbleton. Will 
dated 26 January 1867, with codicil dated 24 October 
1870, proved (Prin. Reg., 135, 75) 22 February 1875, 
by Edward Thurstan Holland, son. 



of Samuel Christian 
of Malta; marr. at 
St. Paul's, Valetta, 
on Wednesday, 2 1 
January 1857; died, 
aged 73, at Cannes, 
France, in 1898. 
She married istly 
J. Hunter. 2nd 
wife. 



Herbert Christian Holland, M.Y.O., born at= 
19 Montagu Square, Eondon, 16 July 1858 ; 
educated at Eton; Cornet 15th (King's) 
Hussars 11 May 1878, Lieutenant i July 
1 88 1 ; served with 8th Hussars in Afghan 
War 1879-80 and with the 15th Hussars 
in Southern Afghanistan in 1880 (medal), 
in Boer War i83i and in Egypt 1882 
(wounded) ; Captain Derbyshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1892, retired 23 March 1897; 
Chief Constable of Derbyshire ; J. P. for 
CO. Derby; M.V.O. (4th-class) 1905; died 
at Buxton, co. Derby, 3 May 191b, bur. at 
Burbage, co. Derbj'. 



=Edith LaurentiaMary, 
of The Wheathills, 
Kirk Langley, co. 
Derby, eldest dau. 
of Lawrence Trent 
Cave of Ditcham 
Park, CO. Hants, and 
of 1 3 Lowndes Square, 
London ; marr. at St. 
Peter's, Iviton Square, 
London, on Satur- 
day, 20 October 
1883. 



Susan Florence, born at 
Dumbleton Hall on 
Monday 14 November 
1859 ; died at Southsea, 
CO. Hants, on Monday, 
12 May 1863. 

Henry Ewan Holland, 
born at Dumbleton Hall 
on Monday, 15 October 
i860 ; died aged r2, at 
Malta on Christmas 
Day, 1872. 



Rup;rt Thurstan Holland, D.S.O., M.C., 
born at Marchington Hall, co. Stafford, 
on Saturday, 17 October 1885, bapt. at 
Marchington ; educated at Eton ; 2nd 
Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery 23 
December 1903, Lieutenant 23 December 
1906, Captain 30 October 19 14, Major 
25 July 1916; served in European War 
July 1915 to F'ebruary 191Q (mentioned 
in despatches, " T^ondon Gazette," 31 
May 1916 and 4 January 191 7, D.S.O., 
M.C., French and Belgian Croix lie 
Guerre). 



Tom Herbert Holland, M.C.,= 
born at Cross Hayes, Hoar 
Cross, Burton -on -Trent, co. 
Stafford, on Monday, 23 
January 1888, bapt. at Hoar 
Cross ; educated at Malvern 
College ; temporary Lieutenant 
Royal Field Artilley, Captain 
(acting Major) ; served in 
European War July 19 15 to 
February 1919 (M.C., Legion 
of Honour) ; of the Governaient 
Service, Ceylon. 



=LiIlian Kitty, 
3rd dau. ot Dr. 
Gilbert Wil- 
liam Worthy, 
M.R.C.S., of 
Tavistock, co. 
Devon ; marr. 3 
July 19 15. 



A daughter, born at Kirk I.angley 
on Saturday, 7 September 19 18. 



A son, born i December 
1919. 



205 



John Whitmore Isaac of Bougluon, Worcester, Hanker=|=Charlotte 
(son of Elias Isaac of Boughton House, by Harriet his 
— ■'■- dau. of William Whitmore of Dudmaston, co. 



wife, dau. of William Whitmore of Dudmaston, co. i 
.Salop) ; born at Wick, co. \\'orcester, 31 December 1807 ; : 
died 17 April 1884, bur. at St. John's, Worcester. //fv 



, born 10 August 1808 ; 
marr. at Dunibleton, co. Gloucester, 
14 March 1833; died 8 November 
:878, bur. at St. John's, Worcester. 



His Honour Crompton Hutton of Harescombe Grange, =j=Harriet Sophia, born at Dumble 



Stroud, CO. Gloucester (eldest son of Robert HuUon, M.P., 

of Putney Park, co. Surrey) ; born at Liverpool 7 December 

1822 ; educated at Rugby, admitted 1837, of 'I'rlnity College, 

Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 23 June 1841, B.A. 1846; 

of the Inner Temple, called to the Bar 6 June 1853 ; Judge 

of County Courts November 1872-1S89; J. P. for the 

counties of Lancaster and Gloucester; died, aged 87, at i 19 January 1908. 

Harescombe Grange, on Wednesday, 5 January 1910. /(\ 



ton Hall on Monday, 3 November 
1834 ; marr. at Dumbleton, co. 
(jloucester (by the Rev. Frederick 
Whitmore Holland), on Tuesday, 
25 July 1865; died, aged 73, at 
Harescombe Grange, on Sunday, 



Edward Thurstan Holland, born 10 February 1836; educated^ 
at Eton, admitted 1853 ; of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
matriculated Michaelmas Term 1S54, B.A. 1859; admitted 
to Lincoln's Inn 8 January 1859, called to the Bar 18 
November 1861 ; died, aged 48, at Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 
on Saturday, 27 September 1884. Will dated 21 December 
1882, proved (Prin. Reg., 788, 84) 24 October 1884, by 
Marianne Holland, the relict. 



=Marianne, daughter of the Rev. 
William Gaskell of Manchester ; 
marr. at Cross Street Chapel, Man- 
chester (by her father), on Tuesday, 
14 August i866 ; died at Alfrick 
Court, Worcester, 1 7 September, 
bur. at Alfrick 21 September 1920. 



William Edward Holland=i=Evelyn, dau. of Margaret Elizabeth, born at 
of 17 Darghley Road, ' Captain Wynn Wimbledon on Sunday, i 
Wimbledon; born at i j F i d e 11 of 
Sunnyside, Wimbledon, on j Hampton Hill, 
Sunday, 15 September ' co. Middlesex. 
1867. I 



November 1868; died, aged 
7, at 9 Woburn Square, 
Holborn, London, on Wed- 
nesday, 16 February 1876. 



Margaret Evelyn Aveira, born at Bromyard, co. Worcester, 
14 June 1896; married Clifford Trevor Jones. 



Agnes Sylvia, born 
at Sunnyside, Wim- 
bledon, on Thurs- 
day, 26 May 1870 ; 
died there on 
Sunday, 14 August 
following. 



Florence Evelyn, 
born at Sunny- 
side, Wimbledon, 
25 November 
1871. 



Julia Dorothea, born at i 
Sunnyside, Wimbledon, on 
Saturday, 27 September 1873; 
died, aged 2^ years, at 9 Woburn 
Square, Holborn, on Thursday, 
17 February 1876. 



Bryan Tliurstan 
Holland, born 
at Wimbledon 
on Saturday, 4 
September 1875. 



John Ottys Holland, 

born 18 July 1877 : 
died, aged 2 months, 
at Wimbledon on 
Sunday, 23 Septem- 
ber 1877. 



Victor Christian Holland, born at Upwoods, Doveridge, 
CO. Derby, 22 June 1897, bapt. at Doveridge ; educated 
at Malvern College ; Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery 
26 .August 1916; served in European War September 
1916 to May 1919 (mentioned in despatches, "London 
Gazette," 4 January 19 17, Belgian Croix de Guerre). 



Lawrence Henry Holland, born at 
The Knoll, Littleover, co. Derby, 
II August 1901, bapt. at Littleover; 
died at Malvern College 15 May 
1 9 16, bur. in the cemetery at 
Malvern. 



:o6 



Rev. Richard Croft (youngest son of Sir Richard Croft, Baronet, by Margaret his= 
wife, dau. of Thouias Oenman, M.D., and sister of Thomas, ist Lord Denman); 
born 22 August i8oS; of Balliul College, Oxford, matriculated 20 May 1825, 
B.A. 1829, Fellow of Exeter College 1829-39, -^I-A. 1832, M.B. 1833 ; Rector 
of North Ockenden, co. Essex, 1839-45 ; Vicar of Hartburn, co. Durham, 
1845-56, and of Hillingdon, co. Middlesex, 1855 ; died 17 February 1869. 
He married istly at Marylebone Church, London, 15 October 1839, Charlotte 
Leonora, elder daughter of Lieut.- Colonel Sir Robert Russell, Baronet, of the 
Hon*"'' East India Co.'s Service ; she died 9 November 1854. 



■Louisa, born 
7 February 
1810 ; marr. 
at Holy Tri- 
nity, Maryle- 
bone, 28 May 
1856. 2nd 
wife. 



of Overbury Court, co. 
Worcester, by Mary 
Anne his wife, dau. 
of John Biddul|ili of 
Ledbury, co. Here- 
ford ; born 5 August 
1842; marr. at Over- 
bury (by the Rev. 
Francis James Hol- 
land), on Thursday, 
24 February 1870 ; 
died, aged 31, at 
Overbury on Sunday, 
7 December 1873, 
bur. there, ist wife. 



I 
Peneloi)e, younger=fRev. Frederick Whitmore Holland, F.R.G.S. ;=p 
dau. of Robert NLirtin born at Dumbleton, co. Gloucester, i August 
1837 ; educated at Eton, admitted 1853, and 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, matriculated 
Michaelmas Term 1856, B.A. i860, M.A. 1864 ; 
Assistant Minister, Quebec Chapel, London, 
1865-72 ; Vicar of All Saints' with St. Lawrence, 
Evesham, co. Worcester, 1872-81, Rural Dean 
1878 ; joint hon. secretary of the Palestine 
Exploration Fund i866 till death ; a founder of 
the Sinai Survey Fund; F.R.G.S. 1867; Author 
of "Sinai and Jerusalem," or "Scenes from Bible 
Lands," 1870 ; died, aged 44, on the Niesen, 
near Thun, Switzerland, on F'riday, 26 August 
1881. \Vill dated 28 February 1876, proved 
(I'rin. Reg., 740, 81) 31 October 1881, by Elinor 
Traherne Holland, the relict, Edward Thurstan 
Holland, Barrister-at Law, brother, and Richard 
Biddulph Martin, brother-in law. 



Robert Martin Martin -Holland, C.B.,=i=Eleanor Mary, 
F.S.A., of Bell's Castle, Kemerton, co. daughter of 
(iloucester, and of 20 Elvaston Place, : George Edward 
South Kensington, London; born at 21 Martin of Ham 
Eaion Square, London, on Thursday, 10 1 Court, Upton- 
October 1872 ; educated at Eton and at I on-Severn, co. 
Trinity College, Oxford ; Hon. Secretary ] \Vorcester, by 
Bankers' Clearing House; Director of j Maria Henrietta 
Bank of Liverpool and of Martin's Bank, I his wife, eldest 
lAd., Union Discount Company of ' dau. of Ben- 
Lond'in, Ltd., Gas Light and Coke janiin Cherry ; 
Company, London and South -Western marr. at L'pton- 
Railway, and Alliance Assurance Com- on Severn on 
pany ; C.B. 19 June 1911; Chairman j Thursday, 4 No- 
County of London Territorial Force Asso- \ veniber 1897. 
ciaiton 1908; took by Royal Licence dated 
14 January 1917, the surname of Martin 
in addition to that of Holland. 



Julia, born 
at Overbury 
on Friday, 
28 Novem- 
ber 1873. 



'Elinor Traherne, 
eldest dau. of John 
Martin of The Upper 
Hall, Ledbury, M. P., 
by Mary his wife, 
dau. of Captain 
Thomas Aubrey 

Morse of Old Col- 
wall, Malvern, co. 
Worcester ; born 18 
October 1839 ; marr. 
at Ledbury (by the 
Rev. Frances James 
Holland), in October 
1875 ; died at Col- 
wall. 2nd wife. 



Edward Holland, 
M.C., born at Eves- 
ham 9 March 1877 ; 
educated at Eton, 
admitted September 
1890, and at Trinity 
College, Oxford ; 
Lieutenant Worces- 
tershire Yeomanry ; 
served in European 
\Var 1 914 at Galli- 
poli an d Egypt 
(Military Cross) : 
killed at (iuinchy 
while serving with 
Scots Guards 13 
September 1916. 



Geoffrey Robert Edward Martin- Holland, 
born 3 August 1898, bapt. at Upton-on- 
Severn, co. Worcester ; educated at West 
Downs, at Eton, and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst; entered the 1 6th Lancers 
as 2nd Lieutenant in 1916; served in 
European War October 191 7, and was killed 
in action, near Cuy, France, 26 March 1918. 



Edward Martin-Holland, 
born 8 March 1900, bapt. 
at Coddington, co. Here- 
ford ; educated at West 
Downs, at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, O.xford. 



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Cyril George Martin- 
Holland, born 23 April 
1902, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Sloane Square, 
Chelsea, CO. Middlese.x; 
educated at Eton. 



Susan, eldest= 
dau. of Samuel 
Christian of 
Malta; born lo 
November 1819 ; 
marr. at the 
Governor's Cha- 
pel, Malta, on 
Wednesday, 14 
September 1842 ; 
died at Malta 
on Thursday, 1 1 
July 1844, bur. 
tliere. ist wile. 



=Commander Freilcrirk Holland, R.N.,= 
of Ashbourne Hall, co. Derby ; born 
at Hackney, co. Middlesex, 6 August 
1 8 14, educated at the Royal Naval 
College ; entered the Royal Navy 13 
August 1836; Commander 9 Novem- 
ber 1846; died, aged 45, in London 
on Saturday, 21 July i860, bur. at 
Ashl>()iirne. Will dated 22 M.iy 1854, 
proved at Derby 27 October 18(50, by 
Edward Iloiiand, brother, and l\.e 
Hon''''= George L'enman. 



=llon'''= Anne (Denman), of Gad- 
brook, Betchworth, co. Surrey, 5th 
dau. of Thomas, ist Lord Denman; 
born on Wednesday, 26 June 1822 ; 
marr. at Stony MidJleton, co. 
Derby, on Tuesday, j8 August 
1846; died at Gadbrook on Satur- 
day, 23 August, bur. at Betc-liworlh 
27 August 1913. \Vill dated 3 
September 1907, wiih codicil of 
.same date, proved (I'rin. Reg., 
1562, 13) II October 191 3, by 
Spencer Langton Holland and 
Arthur Denman. 2nd wife. 



Annie Susan, born 
at Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, on Tuesday, 
17 October 1848, 
bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Maryle- 
bone, London. 



Eiiwani Holland, born at Charlotte (twin with 



I'lckeridge, co. Buckingham, 
on Friday, 30 August 1850, 
bypc. at Dumbleton, co. 
Gloucester ; educated at 
Repton; died at Mel- 
bourne, .Australia, in 1898, 
bur. there. 



Theodosia Caroline), 
born at H inch ley 
Wood, Ashbourne, 
CO. Derby, on Fri- 
day, 25 June 1852, 
bapt. at Ashbourne. 



I'heodosia Caroline 
(twin with Char- 
lotte), born at 
Hinchley Wood, 
Ashbourne, on Fri- 
day, 25 June 1852, 
bapt. at A.shbourne. 



Rev. Frederick Arthur Holland, born at Ashbourne Hall on Monday, 17 October 1853, 
bapt. at Ashbourne ; educated at Malvern and Brighton Colleges, and at Lincoln College, 
Oxford, matriculated 19 October 1872, B.A. and M.A. 18^0; Student at Cuddesdon 
Theological College, Oxford, 1882-83 ; Curate of St. Andrew's, Willesden, co. Middlesex, 
1883-87 and 1890-92, of St. Mary's, Charterhouse, London, 1888-90, of St. Augustine's, 
Scayne's Hill, co. Sussex, 1892-96, and of St. Mary and St. John, Cowley St. John, Oxford, 
1896-1900 ; Vicar of Over Peover, co. Chester, 1900-1905 ; Curate of St. John's, Horsleydonn, 
CO. Surrey, 1905-11, of St. Paul's, Thornton Heath, co. Surre)', 1911-13, of .St. Saviour's 
Poplar, CO. Middlesex, 1913-16, of St. Andrew's, Plaistow, co. Essex, 1916-20, and of 
St. Agnes', Kennington Park, co. Surrey, 192 1. 



Charles Gay -j= Anna C^iroline, 
Roberts of | marr. at Dum- 
Ha.slemere, I bleton.co. Gluu- 
CO. Surrey. i cester, 1 March 
' '«7.S- 



Mary Emily, died, aged 64, at Pendarrel, Lansdowne Road, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 12 September, bur. 
at Wimbledon on Saturday, 15 September 1906. Will dated 
7 August 1905, proved (Prin. Reg., 147 1, 1906) 9 November 
1906, by Robert Martin Holland, nejihew, and Spencer 
Langton Holland, cousin. 



Douglas Eric Manin-Holland, born 
10 April 1906, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London ; 
educated at West Downs and at 
the Royal Naval College, Osborne. 



Richard Thurstan ^L1rlin- 
Holland, born 26 Decem- 
ber T907, bapt. at Holy 
Trinity, South Kensington, 
London ; educated at West 
Downs and at Eton. 



Christopher John Martin- 
Holland, born 16 No- 
vember 1 910, bapt. at 
Holy Trinity, South Ken- 
sington ; educated at \'v'est 
Downs. 



208 



George Henry Holland of Claytoti Lodge, \\'imbledon= 
Common, co. Surrey, formerly of Dumbletoii Hall, 
CO. Gloucester ; born 31 May 1816 ; educated 
at Harrow, admitted September 1830, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, admitted Pensioner 
II April 1835, B.A. 1839 ; died, aged 75, at Gayton 
Lodge, Wimbledon, on Saturday, 12 December 
1891, bur. in Putney Vale Cemetery, co. Surrey. 
Will dated 18 March 1864, with three codicils dated 
2 March 1876 to 2 June 18S5, proved (Prin. Reg., 
32, 93) 20 January 1892, by Francis William Preston 
and Cecil Maurice Cliapnian. 



■Hon*"'' Charlotte Dorothea (Gifford), eldest 
dau. of Robert, ist Haron Gifford ; born 
6 October 18 18; marr. at Woodchester, 
CO. Gloucester, on Thursday, 25 April 
1844 ; died at Gayton Lodge, Wimbledon, 
on Friday, 19 November 1897, bur. in 
Putney Vale Cemetery. Will dated 3 
January 1894, with codicil dated 12 
September 1896, proved (Prin. Reg., 
1331, 97) 10 December 1897, by Arthur 
Gambier Holland and Spencer Langton 
Holland, sons. 



Lilian Ann Harriet, of The Villa, Ticehurst, co. Berks, born at Gayton Hall, 
Ross, CO. Hereford, on \Vednesday, 26 February 1845, bapt. at Ross. 



Richard Lancelot Holland, born at Ashbourne, co. Derby, on Saturday, 24 April 1858, bapt. 
there ; educated at Haileybury College ; died, aged 38, at Brisbane, Queensland, .Australia, on 
Wednesday, 28 October 1896, bur. there. 



Admiral Swinton Colthurst Holland of Langley House,= 
Chichester, co. Sussex, F.R.G.S. ; born 8 February 1844, 
bapt. at Dumbleton, co. Gloucester; Naval Cadet December 
1857, Sub-Lieutenant 1863, Lieutenant 1865, Commander 
1878, Captain 1884, Rear-.Adaiiral 1899, Vice-.Admiral 1903, 
Admiral 1907, retired 11 April 1908; Commander Royal 
Yacht "Victoria and Albert" 1S81, Captain H.M.S. 
"Australia" 9 April 1884, A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1S95 
-99, Naval Officer in charge at Hong Kong 1896-99; 
Superintendent Chatham Dockyard 1899 ; F.R.G.S. : 
inventor of a signalling lamp for< flashing use in small 
craft and torpedo boats ; received ^"50 prize for steam and 
naval architecture at the Royal Naval College 1885. 



=Eva Amy, elder dau. of Captain 
George Bell Williams, R.N., by 
Louisa Teresa his wife, dau. of 
Admiral Sir John Kingcome, 
K.C.B.; born at Exeter, co. 
Devon, 8 April, bapt. at St. 
James', Exeter, 8 IVLay i860; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Plymouth, co. 
Devon (by the Rev. Frederick 
Whitmore Holland), on Tuesday, 
26 April 188 1. 

{See Ftiiigree of Williams, 
Vol. 10, page 6 J.) 



Thorold .\rthurStewart-=i=E va Joan, 
Jones of Southover i born at Oak 
Grange, Lewes, co. Sus- 1 Villas, Bury 
sex (son of E. Stewart- | Road, Gos- 
Jones) ; of the Inner i port, co. 
Temple, called to the | Hants, on 
Bar 26 April 1899 ; ] Thursday, 7 
served in the Euro- I June, bapt. at 
pean War with the Alverstoke, 
Royal Sussex Terri ! co. Hants, in 
torial Regiment ; killed | 1883; marr. 
at Richebourg 9 May ; 30 April 1908. 



1915. 



A 



Major Wilfrid Gordon Lindsell,= 
O.B.E., D.S.O., U.C. (2nd son of 
Colonel Robert F'rederick Lindsell, 
C.B.) ; born at Portsmouth, co. Hants, 
29 September 1884; 2nd Lieutenant 
Roynl Artillery 23 December 1903, 
Lieutenant 1906, Captain 1914, Staff 
Captain igis, Brigade-Major 4 Feb- 
ruary 1916 ; A.D.C. to Governors of 
Tasmania 18 November 19 10, and to 
Western Australia 20 .-Xugust 191,3; 
served in European War 19 14- 18 
(mentioned in despatches 17 February 
19 1 5, I January and 11 December 
1917): O.B.E., TXS.O. 1918, KLC. ; 
General Staff Officer, 2iul-grade, 1919. 



RLTrjorie Ellis, 
born at 10 
\Voo(llands Vil- 
las, Blackheath, 
CO. Kent, on 
Monday, 30 
March 1885, 
bapt. at Black- 
heath ; married 
at Chichester 
Cathedral on 
Thursday, 27 
January 1916. 



A 



209 



Rev. Henry Scott Holland, D. D., IJ. Litt., Regius Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ 
Church Cathedral, Oxford ; born at Underdown, near Ledbury, co. Hereford, 27 January 1847 ; 
educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford, matriculated 26 January 1866, 3rd Classical 
Mods. 1867, B.A. (ist-class in Final Schools) 1870, a senior Student of Christ Church 
1870-85, M.A. 1872, Lecturer and Tutor 1872-1885, Proctor 1882, and Censor 1883-84 ; 
Select Preacher 1879, Examiner in Theology 1882; Minor Canon of Truro 1883-84; Canon 
and Rector of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 1884-1910, Precentor 1886-1910; Examining 
Chaplain to Bishop of Truro 1881-1904, to Bishop of St. Andrew's 1893-1908, and Chaplain to 
Bishop of Oxford 1901-11 ; Commissary to Bishop of Brisbane 1885-1903; Regius Professor 
of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, 1910; D.D.Aberdeen, D.Litt. 
Oxford 1907 ; Editor of "The Commonwealth," and Author of "Logic and Life," "Creed and 
Character," and other works; died at Christ Church on Sunday, 17 March, bur. at Cuddesdon, 
CO. Oxford, on Wednesday, 20 March 1918, after service at Christ Church Cathedral; memorial 
service at St. Paul's Cathedral same day. Will dated 18 September 191 7, with two codicils 
dated 5 October and 27 November 1917, proved (Prin. Reg., 212, 18) 17 May 1918, by 
Walter Augustus Wigram and Aubrey Henry Birch Reynardson. 



Colonel William Cavendish Bentinck Ryan (son of the Rt. Hon'''==f=Frances Margaret, marr. at 



Sir Edward Ryan of Garden Lodge, Kensington, London 
educated at Harrow, admitted in January 1846 ; joined the 45th 
f5engal Native Infantry 10 December 1830, Lieutenant 1854, 
Captain 1862, Major Bengal Staff Corps 1870 {2nd in command 
41st Bengal Native Infantry 1875), Lieut. -Colonel 1876, Colonel 
(retired) 5 May 1877 ; died, aged 55, at Fordlands, Bideford, 
CO. Devon, 14 August 1889. /^ 



Dunilileton, co. Gloucester, 
(by her brother, the Rev. 
Frederick Whitmore Hol- 
land), II October 1870; died 
at Lucknow, India, 23 
November 1874. 



Rev. Alfred Holland, born at Ashbourne Hall, co. Derby, = 
on Sunday, 14 August, bapt. at Ashbourne 4 September 
1859 ; educated at Tonbridge School and Brighton 
College, and at Christ Church, Oxford, matriculated 
20 January 1882, B.A. 1884, M.A., 1889; a Student 
of the Inner Temple 1883 ; ordained Deacon Trinity 
Term 1883, and Priest Trinity Term 1884 : Curate of 
Cowley St. John, Oxford, iS<S6-89, of St. Mary 
Magdalen, Munster Square, London, 1889 -1902; Rector 
of Huish 1892-94, anil 
of Merlon, both co. 
Devon, 1S94; Vicar of 
St. .Agnes', Kennington 
Park. CO. Surrey, 1895. 



^^f.-^^^;^Mu.,v^ 



=Edith Shuldham, 
3rd dau. of the Rev. 
William Wrighte 
Gilbert - Cooper, 
Vicar of Burwash 
Weald, CO. .Sussex ; 
born at Ootaca- 
mund, Madras, 

India, 10 July 1858, 
bapt. there; ni;irr. 
at Burwash Weald 
(by her father, and 
the Rev. Fiederick 
Arthur Holland) 9 
April 1885. 



A daughter, 
born in London 
on Sunday, 22 
July i860, who 
died shortly 
after, and was 
buried at Ash- 
bourne. 



Cecil Frederick Holland, MAI. ; born at Bedford Park, co. Middlesex, 26 January, bapt. at 
St. Michael and All Angels, Bedford Park, 6 Maich 1886 ; educated at Westminster School 
and at Keble College, Oxford ; joined the 4th Gloucester Regiment as a Private in September 
1914, received Commission as 2nd Lieutenant in 1915; served in European War (mentioned 
in despatches, "London Gazette," 22 September 1916, Military Cro.=s with bar, twice 
wounded); Assistant Master at Dulwich College ic)ig. 



Cedric Swinton Holland, R.N. ; born at Bredon, Foster 
Road, Alverstoke, co. Hants, on Sunday, 13 October 
iScSq, bapt. at Alverstoke ; educated at Malvern Link and 
at Bradfield ; entered as a Naval Cadet 15 December 
1905, Midshipman 15 May 1909, Sub-Lieutenant 30 Sep- 
tember 1909, Lieutenant October 191 1 ; served throughout 
the European War 1914-18, in H.M.S.'s "Shannon," 
"Queen" and "Queen Elizabeth" (191 4 medal; Order 
of the Crown of Italy). 

210 



I 
Victor Henrv Thurstan Holland, 
born at Adaiirally House, Chat- 
ham, CO. Kent, iS April 1902 ; 
died at 1 1 Westgate Terrace, 
West Brompton, London, on 
Tuesday, 10 March 1903, bur. at 
East Horsley, co. Sun-ey. 



Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Gambier Holland, born at Spring Vale, Ryde, Isle of Wight, on Sunday, 
lo September 1848; Cornet istli Hussars 24 July 1869, Lieutenant 1871, Captain 1879, 
Major 18S9, Lieut. -c'olonel 10 September 1896, retired 21 June 1902; served in Afghan 
War 1878-79, at relief of Kand;iliar (mentioned in despatches, "London Gazette," 7 November 
1879, medal); in Transvaal ("ampaign 1881 ; and in Soudan Expedition 1884-85, at the Nile 
(medal with clasp, Ijronze star); died 11 November 1914, buried in Putney Vale Cemetery, 
00. Surrey. 



I 
Amy Charlotte, born 25 March 1854 ; died at Gayton Lodge, 
Wimbledon Common, co. Surrey, on Saturday, 15 June, bur. 
in Kingston Vale Cemetery, co. Surrey, on Wednesday, 19 
June 1907, after service at St. Paul's, Wimbledon I'ark. Will 
dated 28 February 1907, with codicil dated 3 June 1907, 
1232, 1907) 26 August 1907, by Arthur 
brother, and Aubrey Henry Birch 



Spencer Langton Holland of 
Crossways, Berkhamsted, co. 
Hertford ; born at Welles- 
bourn, co. Warwick, 8 July 1855, 
bapt. there ; of Christ Church, 
Oxford, matriculated 28 May 
1874, B.A. 1879; of Lincoln's 
Inn, called to the Bar 29 June 
1881 : J. P. for CO. Hertford. 



proved (Prin. Reg., 
Gambier Holland, 
Reynardson. 



Rear- Admiral Sir William James Lloyd Wharton, K.C. B.,=f Lucy Georgina, marr. at St. 



F.R.S. (2nd son of His Honour Robert \Vharton, County Court 
Judge of York) ; born in London 2 ?darch 1843 • educated at 
Royal Naval Academy, Gosport ; entered the Royal Navy in 
1857, Sub Lieutenant 1863, Lieutenant 1865, Captain 1880, 
Rear-Admiral (retired) i January 1895 ; commanded surveys 
in Mediterranean, Red Sea, East Coast of Africa and Magellan 
Straits 1872-84; Hydrographerof the Navy 1884- 1904; F. R.G.S., 
F.R.A.S.; C.B. 1S95, K.C.B. 22 June 1897 : Author of "Hydro- 
graphical Surveying," and edited "Journal of Captain Cook's 
First Voyage" ; died at The Observatory, CapeTown, on Friday, 
29 September 1905, bur. at Simon's Tcnvn, South Africa. /f\ 



Peter's, Eaton Square, London 
(by the Rev. Frederick \Vhit- 
more Holland and the Rev. 
Henry Scott Holland), on 
Saturday, 31 January 1880; 
died at Withyham, co. Sussex, 
2 May 1919, cremated at 
Woking, CO. Surrey. Memorial 
tablet in church. 



Lieut.-Colonel Reginald Pennell of Cheriton= 
Bishop, Exeter, co. Devon (son of Richard 
Lewin Pennell, M.l)., of Cheriton Bishop); 
born at E.\eter 27 June 1840; educated at 
Lancing < 'ollege ; Ensign 48th (Northamp- 
tonshire) Regiment 13 July 1858, Lieutenant 
10 May 1861. Captain 1876, Major 1881, 
Hon. Lieut.-Colonel (retired) 5 July 1882 ; 
died at Blue Hayes, Broad Clyst, co. Devon, 
3 September 1907, buried at Broad Clvst. 



=Jessie Clara, born at Dumble- 
ton, CO. Gloucester, 23 April 
1850, bapt. there; marr. at 
Kemerton, co. Gloucester, on 
Wednesday, 12 January 1876 ; 
died at Godford Push House, 
Awliscombe, co. Devon, 4 
February 191 5, buried at 
Awliscombe. 



Lawrence Gifford 
Holland, died 10 
August 1894, bur. 
at Putney Vale 
Cemetery. 

Edith Jane. 

Other issue. 



A 



]Clspeth, born at 
Oxford 14 June, 
bapt. at St. Mary 
and St. John, 
Cowley, Oxford, 

5 .July if-^S/- 



Alfred Lancelot Holland, born in London 15 
June, bapt. at St. Mary Magdalen's, Munster 
Square, I^ondon, 6 July 1890; educated at 
Gresham School, Holt, Norfolk ; joined the 7th 
Battalion Canadian Contingent as a Private in 
1 9 14; served in European War, and killed, 
aged 25, at Loos, France, 25 September 1915. 
Memorial Window in Western wall of St. Agnes' 
Church, Kennington Park, ro. Surrey. 



Stella Agnes, born at the 
Vicarage, St. Agnes', 
Kennington Park, 22 
August, bapt. at St. Agnes' 
5 September 1897. 



Wanstttart jBlrale of iSisljam Sbbrp, 

CO, i&crfes. 

Arms. — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, IVr pale sable and gules a lion passant yuardant argent, 
Neai.e ; 2nd and 3rd, Ermine an eagle displayed sable on a chief gules 
a ducal coronet between two crosses pattee argent, V'/WsiTTARr. 

Crests. — 1st, Out of a mural crown or a demi-lion rampant per fesse ermine and 
gules charged on the shoulder with an escallop counter- changed, 
Nbale ; 2nd, On two crosses pattee argent a deniieat;le displayed 
sable, Vansittart. 



Jane, elder==Rev. Edward Vansittart Neaie of Allesley^ 
dau. of Samuel Park, co. Warwick (2nd son of George 
Gardiner of Vansittart of Bisham Park, co. Berks, M.P., 
Coombe Lodge, J. P., D.L., by Sarah his wife, dau. of the 
CO. Oxford, by Rev. Sir James Stonhouse, Baronet) ; bapt. 
Mary his wife, 4 November i 769 ; Fellow of New College, 
dau. and heir of Oxford, matriculated 20 May 1788, B.C. L. 
Charles Bod- 1796; Rector of Taplow, co. Buckingham, 
dam of Capel 1803 ; took by Royal Licence dated 14 No- 
House, Bull's vember 1805, the name and arms of 
Cross, Enfield, Neale on succeeding to the Allesley Park 
CO. Middlesex; Estates; died, aged 80, at Taplow, 21 
married 29 Au- January 1850, bur. there. Will dated 2 
gust 1804 ; died September 1S48, with codicil dated 14 Sep- 
13 August 1806. teriiber 1848, proved (P.C.C. 143, 50), 27 
I St wife. February 1850, by Anne Vansittart Neale, 

relict, Charles Frere, and Edward Vansittart 
Neale, son, the executors named in will of 
the Rev. Alfred Baker Strettell, the executor 
named in the codicil. 



=Anne, 3rd dau. of Isaac Spooner 
of Elmdon Hall, co. Warwick, 
by Barbara his wife, eldest dau. 
of Sir Henry Gough of Edgbas- 
ton, CO. AVarwick, Baronet (sister 
of ist Baron Calthorpe) ; born 
at Birches Green, co. Warwick, 
16 February 1780, bapt. there; 
married at the Square Chapel, 
Bath, CO. Somerset, 26 January 
1809 ; died at Hastings, co. 
Sussex, in February 1873, bur. 
at Taplow. 2nd wife. 

See Pedigree of Spooner, 
" Notes " to " Visitation 
of England and JVa/es," 
Vol. d\ page 143. 



I 



Edward Vansittart Neale of Bisham Abbey and of=f 
Allesley Park ; born at Bath 2 April 18 10, bapt. 
there ; of Oriel College, Oxford, matriculated 14 1 
Dacember 1827, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1836; of Lincoln's 
Inn, called to the Bar 5 May 1837; Author of 
" Feasts and Fasts : an Essay on the Laws Relating 
to Sundays and other Holidr.ys and Days of Fasting," 
1845, " 'I'he Co-Operator's Handbook," 1861, and 
other works ; died, aged 82, at 6 Bentinck Street, 
Manchester Square, London, on Friday, 16 Sep- 
tember 1892, bur. in the churchyard at Bisham. 
Scholarship founded at Oriel College, Oxford, 
and a mnrble bust portrait in Crypt of St. Paul's 
Cathedral. Will dated 7 October 1886, proved 
(Prin. Reg., 1199, 92) 20 December 1892, by Henry ; 
James Vansittart Neale. 



'Frances Sarah, elder dau. of James 
William Farrer of Ingleborough, co. York, 
a Master in Chancery, by Henrietta 
Elizabeth his wife, oniy dau. of Sir 
Matthew White Ridley, 2nd Baronet ; 
married at St. George's, Hanover 
Square, London, on Wednesday, 14 
June 1837; died, aged 81, at Bisham 
Abbey, on Sunday, 23 December 
1894, buried at Bisham. Will dated 
II November 1892, proved (Prin. Reg., 
634, 95) 22 May 1895, by Henry James 
Vansittart Neale and Edith Vansittart 
Neale, spinster. 



Henry Dickinson=T=Henrietta Vansittart, born in South Audley 



(youngest son of 
William Dickinson of 
Wickham Hall, co. 
Kent) ; born at Peck- 
ham, CO. Surrey, 16 
April 1838. 



Street, London, on Sunday, 15 July 183S; 
iiiarr. at West Wickham (by her uncle, the 
Rev. Matthew Thomas Farrer), on Wednes- 
day, 5 October 1864 ; died, aged 40, at Fir 
Bank, Bowden, co. Chester, on Wednesday, 
I January 1879, bur. at Bowden. 



'1\ 



Edward Ernest Vansittart 
Neale ; born in South 
Audley Street, London, on 
Thursday, 23 January, 
1840 ; died, aged 6 months, 
at 66 Soutli Audley Street 
on \Vednesday, 5 August 
1840, bur. at Taplow. 



I . i . . I . 

Barbara ^ ansittart, Harry Buckland=Caroline Vansittart, born at the Eliza Vansittart, 

born 4 February Lott of Tracey Rectory, Taplow, co. Buckingham, born in Decem- 

i8n, died in No- House,co. Devon. i8 December 1812, bapt. there; ber 1813 ; died in 

vember following. marr. at Taplow 13 Augu.st 1835 ; December 1823. 

died at Honiton, co. Devon, 15 bapt. at Taplow. 

May 1836. 



Constance Van- 
sittart, born at 
66 South Audley 
Street, London, 
on Monday, 1 6 
August I 84 I ; 
Sister of the 
House of Mercy 
of Clewer. 



Sir Henry James Vansittart Neale= 
of Bisham Abbey, co. Berks, 
K.C.B. ; born at 66 South Audley 
Street, London, on Wednesday, 30 
November 1842, bapt. at Taplow ; 
educated at Eton ; J. P. for the 
counties of Berks and West- 
minster ; entered the Admiralty 
in 1862, and was Assistant 
Secretary 1896-1902 ; President 
of East Berks Agricultural 
Association 1905 ; Patron of the 
living of Bisham; C. B. 1897, 
K.C. B. 1 1 July 1902. 



■Florence, daughter of 
His Honour .Arthur 
Shelley Eddis, K.C, 
County Court Judge 
of Clerkenwell ; marr. 
at St. Andrew's, Wells 
Street, London (by 
the Rev. John Elwin 
Eddis, and the Rev. 
Alfred BakerStrettell), 
on Saturday, 16 April 
1887. 



I 
Edith Vansittart, 

of I a Montagu 
Mansions, Port- 
man Square, 
London ; born 
at 66 South 
Audley Street, 
London, on 
Thursday, 4 
December 1845, 
bapt. at St. 
Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London. 



Phyllis Mary, born 20 
ISLarch 1889, bapt. at 
Bisham. 

George Kenneth Van- 
sittart Neale, born at i 
Montagu Place, Glouces- 
ter Place, London, on 
Saturday, 28 June 1890 ; 
died, aged 14, at Eton 
College on Tut-sday, 4 
October, bur. at Bisham 
on Saturday, 8 October 
1904. 



Leo Berkeley Paget (only son of Brigadier-=pElizabeth Frances, 
General Wellesley Lynedoch Henry Paget, C.B., born at Bisham 



C.ALG., M.V.O., R.A., by Isabelle Louise his 
wife, dau. of W. H. Swire); born 15 November 
1889; educated at Wellington College; 2nd 
Lieutenant Rifle Brigade 18 September 1909, 
Lieutenant n July 191 1, Captain 20 December 
1914; employed with West African Frontier 
Force 29 April 19 14 to 17 November 1915 ; 
Staff- Captain 18 October 191 6 ; served in 
European War 19 14 (mentioned in despatches, 
"London Gazette," 11 December 1917). 



15 August 1893, 
bapt. there ; mar- 
ried at Bisham ao 
October 191 7. 



/N 



Rev. Alfred Baker Strcttell, 
of Trinity College, Cam 
bridge, admitted Pensioner 
17 October 1836, B.A. 1841, 
M.A. 1844; Consular Chap 
lain at Genoa, Italy, 1851-74, 
and at St. Moritz ; Rector 
of St. Martin with St. Paul, 
Canterbury, 1874-82 ; Vicar 
of King's Langley, co. Hert- 
ford, 1882-94 ; died, aged 
87, at Varallo, Italy, on 
Tuesday, 11 October 1904. 
Will dated 13 .-^pril 1897, 
proved (Prin. Reg., 14 19, 
1904) II November IQ04, 
by Joseph Williams Comyns 
Carr. 



Charles Frere (2nd son of James=f=C h a r 1 o 1 1 e 



^f'Laura Yansit- 
I tart, born at Hatley Frere of Cambridge Ter- 
the Rectory, race, Paddington, London, by 
'Paplow, CO. Merian his wife, 2nd dau. of Mat- 
Buckingham, thevv Martin (formerly Blucke) ; 
30 January born 2 May 1813 ; Barrister-at- 
1816 ; married Law 1845, Examiner for standing 
at Taplow orders to both Houses of Parlia- 
I May 1842 ; ment and Taxing Master to the 
died, aged 72, House of Commons; died, aged 
attheVicarage, 70, at Porchester Place, Padding- 
King's Lang- ton, London, 14 March 1884, 
ley, on Sunday, bur. at Branksome, co. Dorset. 
15 July 1888, Will dated 14 April 1881, proved 
bur. at King's (Prin. Reg., 300, 84) 21 April 
Langley. 1884, by Charles Edward 
Vansittart Frere and Eustace 
Vansittart Frere, sons. 



A 



Vansittart, 
born at the 
Rectory, Tap- 
low, 6 April 
1817, bapt. 
at Taplow ; 
married there 
on Thursday, 
14 October 
1841 : died at 
Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, on 
I'uesday, 10 
January 1881, 
buried at 
Branksome. 



Anne Vansittart, born at Taplow 16 June 1818 ; died unmarried 
at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. Sussex, on Saturday, 18 November, 
bur. at HoUington-in-the-Wood, co. Sussex, on Thursday, 23 
November 1899, after a service at Christ Church, St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea. Will dated 7 February 1899, proved (Prin. Reg., 95, 
1900) 5 January 1900, by Henry James Vansittart Neale, C.B., 
and Charles Edward Vansittart Frere. 



Frances Vansittart, 
born 14 October 
1819 ; died in 1826, 
bur. at Taplow. 



l^-^ y (/W*^t:2^^-^ncx*4^ 



214 



Julie):. 



I N! D K X 



Ackers, Benjamin St. John, 46 ; Catherine Victoria 
Isabel, 47 ; Charles Tenrhyii, 47 ; Edith Jane, 46 ; 
Florence, 47; James, 46; James Arthur, 46; Louisa, 
47; Louisa Maria Jane, 46; Maiy, 47; Mary Anne, 46; 
Susan, 47 ; Susan Elizabeth, 47. 

Acland, Lieut. -Colonel Alfred Dyke, 86; Hon'"'' Bea- 
trice Danvers, 86; Hon'''^ Emily Anna, 85; Sir Henry 
Wentworth, Dyke, Bt., 85, 86'; Admiral Sir William 
Alison Dyke, Bt., 85. 

Adams, Anne, 54; Rev. Charles Edward, 15; Emily, 
15; George, 15; George D'Arcy, 15. 

Adair, Dame Angela Eliza, 52; Lady Caroline, 124; 
General Sir Charles William, 52; Elizabeth, 124; 
Dame Isabella, 52 ; Robert, 124; Rose, 52; General 
Sir William Thompson, 52. 

Adeane, Henry John, 204; Isabel, 204. 

Agar, Caroline Susan Augusta, Countess of Normanton, 
127 ; James, Earl of Normanlon, 127 ; James Charles 
Herbert Wclbore Ellis, Earl of Normanton, 127 ; 
Welbore Ellis, Earl of Normanton, 127. 

Ahmad, Charlof.e, 170. 

Aikin, Anna Letitia, 38 ; Charles Rochemont, 38. 

Albemarle, William Anne, Earl of, 124. 

Alexander, Rev. Alexamler Benjamin, 120; Maud Emily, 
120 ; Sir Robert, Bt., 187. 

Allen, Ada .Mary, 35; Bealrice, 35; Lancelot, 35; 
Mary Jerrold, 175 ; Philip F., 175; William, 35. 

Amherst, Lady Sarah Elizabeth, 162, 165 ; William Pitt, 
Earl, 162, 165. 

Amhurst, William .'Nmhurst Tyssen, 80. 

-•^myalt-Burney, Esme, 60 ; Horace, 60. 

Anderson, Charles Ring, 22 ; Gwendoline, 22. 

.'vndiade, Benjamin, 174 ; Sarah, 174. 

Andrew, George Calkin, 17. 

Andrews, Anne, 156; John, 156; John Webb, 16; 
Roset'a, 16. 

Aiigerstein, Eleanor Mary, 28 ; John, 145 ; JuHa Eliza- 
beth, 145 ; Julius, 2S. 

Anstrulher, Cl.i'.rlolte Lucy, 131 ; Ceneial Robert, 131 : 
iCe Lloyd -.'\nstruther. 

Anthony, John, 38 ; Susannah, 38. 

Appleford, Emily, 176 ; Henry Brunsden, 176; Rev. 
Herbert Harben, 178; lames, 176; Lucy, 176 ; W'illiam 
Westcolt, 176. 

Appleyard, Agnes Anne, 53 ; Benjamin, 53. 

Arbiithnot, Lieut. -General Charles George James, 145; 
Chailotte Letitia Caroline, I45. 

Argles, Florence Hilda, 63 ; Rev. George Marsham, 63; 
Slar)' .\nno, 63. 

Armstrong. Marianne, 1S5 ; William, 185. 

Arnold, John Ilavard .Mlden, 158; Mary, 13. 

Arran, Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox, Farl of, 

Ashburnham, Bertram. Earl of, 201 ; Catherine Charlotte, 

Countess .)f, 201 ; Lady Mary, 201. 
Aslelt, Isabella, 52 ; Colonel Thompson, 52. 
Aston, Hon'''" Barbara, 90 ; James, Lord, 90. 
Atherton, Catherine, 179; Frances Edith Louisa, 15; 

Frank Lucas, 14; John, 179; John Townsend, 14, 15; 

Lorna Emily .\da, 14. 



Attwood, Algernon, 56; Algernon Foulkes, 56; Angela, 
31, 56; Anne, 54; Arthur de Bosco, 55; Constance 
Marion, 55; Edith Carless, 56; Edward Marcus, 56; 
Elizabeth, 54; Emma, 56; Evelyn Thomas, 54; George 
de Bosco, 54 ; George Reginald, 55 ; Hon""'* Hilda 
Evelyn, 55; Llewellyn Carless Foulkes, 56; Mary, 54, 
55; Matthias, 54; Rachel Edith, 56; Rosabel, 56; 
Rosamund Carless, 55 ; Thomas, 31 , 54 ; Thomas Arthur 
Carless, 55 ; Thomas Aurelius, 55 ; William Carless, 

55- 
Austin, Dr., 138. 
Aytoun, James P., 19; Katharine Elizabeth, 19. 



B 

Baillie, Catherine Charlotte, 201 ; George, 201 ; Mary, 
124 ; Peter, 124. 

Baker, Bessie, 96; Elizabetli, 118; Henry Bellamy, 
96 ; Sarah, 96 ; .Sarah Sherwood, 77. 

Balcarres, Lord, 150. 

Baldwyn, see Childe. 

Balfour, Hon'"'" Adelaide, 129; Charles, 129; Lady 
Eleanor, 129; James, 129 ; Minnie Georgiana, 129. 

Ball, Fanny Matilda, 15. 

Bankes, John George (Lightfoot), 50; Margaret, 50; 
Myra Ann, 50 ; Colonel William Lightfoot, 50. 

Barclay, Agnes, 97, 103 ; John, 97, 103. 

Barker, Beatrice Ida, 29 ; Charles Mylne, 29 ; Leonard 
Edward Grossman, 29. 

Barlow, John, 36 ; Mary, 36 ; Sarah, 36. 

Barnard, Caroline Arabella, 137 ; Rev. Charles Cary, 
137 ; Rev. Charles James, 137 ; Elizabeth, 137; Rev. 
Robert Cary, 137. 

Barnardiston, Ann, 132; Nathaniel, 132. 

Barneby, Alice Laura, 173; Alice Mary, 172; Edith 
Katharine, 172 ; Edmund Henry, 172 ; Edward 
.\rthur, 173; Elizabeth, 171; Elizabeth Silver, 173; 
Evelyn Mary, 173; Henry Habington, 173; Henry 
Meysey, 173: John, 171 : Margaret Caroline, 172; 
Margaret Elizabeth, 173; Richard Hicks, 173 ; Rich- 
ard Paul, 173; Susan, 171; Susan Alice, 172; 
Violette, 173; VVilliam Hciuy, 172; .t^i" Lutley. 

Barnes, George Stapylton, 199. 

Barnet, Colonel Horace Hutton, 103. 

Barrington, Hon"' Adelaide, 129: .Mice Emily, 128; 
Honi"'' Alice Louisa, 133 ; Hon'''"' .-Xnhur Decimus, 
132; Hon*"'' Augusta .-\iine, 12S; Augustus, 126; 
Hon'''' Augustus, 126 ; Hon''"'Sir Bernard Eric Edward, 
130; Lady Caroline, 125; Hoii'''<" Caroline Elizabeth, 
127: Hon'''' Caroline Isabella, 126; Hon'-''^ Caroline 
Susan Augusta, 127; Lady Catharine Georgina, 129; 
Charles George, 125 ; Hon'"'' Charlotte Belasyse, 128; 
Hontii" Charlotte Maria, 126 ; Charlotte Mary Leycester, 
Viscountess, 133; Hon'''« Christina, 130; Claiisse 
Marie Gabrielle, 130; Hon"'" Constance Mary. 125; 
Hon'''' Edith, 134; Hon'''' Ek'aror Nina, 134; Eliza- 
beth, Viscountess, 124; Hon''''' Elii'abeth, 124; Hon'='« 
Elizabeth Frances, 132: Emilie Isabel, 129; Emily 
Mary, 131 ; Eric Rupert Walter, 135; Hon'''' Evelyn 
Laura, 126; lion'''' Florence, 126; Fiorina Elizabeth 
Jane, 131; Han'"' Frances, 128; Francis Daines, 129; 



Francis Lyon, 127 ; Gabrielle Carlotta, 132 ; Rev. 
George, Viscount, 124 ; Captain the Hon'"'' George, 
R.N., 125; George William, 126; George William, 
Viscount, 124 ; Hon'''" Georgiana Christiana, 131 ; 
Gillian Mary, 134; Guy, 129; lion''''' Henry Frederick 
Francis Adair, 130; Henry Kuhert Shiite, 131 ; Hon'"'' 
Hilda Margaret, 134; Id.r Ger.ddine, 129; Idonea 
Maria, 132; Isabel Elizabeth, Viscountess, 124; Isabel 
Maria Constance, 131 ; Ivo Pelham, 129; Jane, 131 ; 
Jane Elizabeth, \'iscountess, 124 ; John Robert, 126 ; 
Major-General the Hon''''' John Shute, 124; John Wil- 
liam Shute, 131 ; Katherine Caroline, 132; Louisa, 
V'iscountess, 125, 133; Rev. the Hon''''' Lowther John, 
129; Malcolm Vtliil, 131 ; Hon'''" Maria Jane Bowes, 
127: Mary, 127: Mary Caroline, 125 ; Hon'''" Mary 
Frances, 127 ; Hon'"'" Mary Georgiana, 1 30, 135 ; 
Mary Isabella, Visoiuntess, 133; Hon'''" Maude Louisa, 
■33; Miguel O'Brien Shute, 135; Hon'''" Muriel 
Constance, 135 ; Nettie Malcolm, 129; Patrick William 
Daines, 134; Percy, Viscount, 125, 133; Hon'''" Percy 
Evelyn, 135 ; Priscilla Mary, 134 ; Raie, 131 ; 
Richard, Viscount, 124 ; Hon'''" Rupert Edward, 
Selborne, 135 ; Hon'''" Russell, 127 ; Russell Henry, 
129 ; Hon'''" Samuel Shute Perceval, 126 ; Samuel 
William Percy Gordon Shute, 131 ; Sybil Ada, 131 ; 
Hon'"'" Violet Ivlary, 133 ; Hon'''" Walter Bernard 
Louis, 134; Waller Bulkeley, Viscount, 133; Walter 
Pelham, 130; Hon'''" Sir William Augustus Curzon, 
130; William Keppell, Viscount, 124 ; Hon'''" William 
Reginald Shute, 134; Rev. Ythil Arthur, 130. 

Barron, Dorothy Louise, 18. 

Carton, Kingston John, 115; Mary, 114; Thomas 
Henry, 114. 

Baskerville-.NIynors, Edith Katharine, 172 ; Rev. Harry 
Walter, 172; Rev. Walter, 172. 

Eaisett, Daisy, 106. 

Batten, Grace Eleanor, 78 ; Henry Howard, 103 ; John, 
78 ; Colonel John Mount, 78 ; Margaret Annie, 78 ; 
Mary Edith, 78. 

Battisconibe, Arthur, 8; Frances Elizabeth, 8; Rev. 
George Christopher, 8 ; Katherine lessie, 8. 

Battye, Charles, 68 ; Emily, 68. 

Bax, Pjdmund Ironside Baruewall, 1 14; Jane Sarah, 114; 
John, 114; Colonel William Ironside, 114. 

Bayton, Sarah, 40 ; Rev. William Stevens, 40. 

Beach, see Hicks-Beach. 

Beal, .Mary .■\nne, 84 ; Rev. William, 84. 

Beaumont, Dora Maria, 183 ; Henry Frederick, 183. 

Beazley, Frances, 185. 

Bedwell, Francis Beujandn, 102 ; Sarah Percival, 102. 

Belaustiguey, ;\ngcU Otetza, 51. 

Bence, Agn'.:s, 97, 103; Albinia Maria Starkie, 9S; Alice 
Maude Mary Starkie, 99 ; Rev. Bence, 97 ; Edward 
Starkie, 99 ; Edith Mabel, 98 ; Edward Robert 
Starkie, 98 ; Eliza Charlote Albinia, 98 ; f^lizaboth 
Frances, 99; Elizabeth Susanna, 97; Harriet, 97; 
Henrietta Starkie. 99 ; Henry Alexander Starkie, 97, 
103 ; Colonel Henry Bence, 97 ; Ida .Millicent, 98 ; 
Isabel Elizabetli Starkie, 98 ; Leila Emily Katharine 
Starkie. 99 ; Mabel Mary Starkie, 99 ; Marianne 
Katharine Starkie, 98 ; Millicent, 98 ; Rev. Thomas 
Starkie, 99. 

ELnce-Lambert, Colonel Guy Lenox, 98; Ida Millicent, 98. 

Bence-Trower, Agnes Marian, 97, 103; Percy, 97, 103. 

Bennei, Anne, 13O; Annie Osborne Louisa, 136; Barbara 
Sophia Hir.'iot, 136; Beatrice Geraldine, 136; Claude 
Lambert, 136; Cyril, 136; Eric, 136; Geoffrey Fre- 
derick Philip, 136; lona Barbara, 136; Jane juditli, 
136; Philip, 136; Tyrrel, 136. 

Benson, Frederica Mary, 188 ; Henrietta Selina, 18S ; 
Ralph Augustus, 188. 

Berney, Augustus, 89 : Carolirie, 89 ; Catherine Mary, 88 ; 
Charles, Sg ; Dora Lavinia, 89 ; Elizabeth, 88 ; Eliza- 
beth Emily, Sg ; Eva Constance Elizabeth Fanny, 89 ; 
George Augustus, 88 ; George Duckett, 88 ; John, 89 ; 
JuUa, 89; Mary, 88, 89; Matilda Lavinia, 89; Percy, 
88 ; Susannah, 89 ; Thomas, 88 ; Rev. Thomas, 88 ; 
Thomas Trench, 88. 



Berridge, Marian, 146 ; Richard, 146. 

Bibby, Eugenie Annette, 76; John, 76; John Hartley, 
76. 

Bicking.sale, Miinter Macdonald, 130. 

Bicknell, Christine, 77 ; Elhanan, 77 ; Gilbert Elhanan, 
77 ; Henry Sandford, 77 ; Lilla ^iaria, 77 ; Mary, 77. 

Biddulph, Anne, 207 ; John, 207. 

Biggs, Anne, 149. 

Bingham, Cecilia Lewis Pauline, 94; Charles, 94; Colo- 
nel Charles Coxe, 94; Edmund Hayter, 94; Sarah, 

.94- 
Binny, Alan James Murray, 70 ; Alan Trevor Crisp, 70 ; 
Alexander, 65 ; Alexander Chrystie Murray, 72 ; 
Alexander Colvin, 66 ; Alexander Thomas, 6l> ; Amy 
Catharine, 71 ; Arthur Alexander Crawford, 71 ; Beryl 
Buchanan, 71 ; Catherine Sophia, 65 ; Charles Colvin, 
72 ; Charles Murray Henry Scott, 66 ; Constance 
Murray, 68 ; Daphne Dorothy, 70 ; Dorothy, 70 ; 
Edith Mary, 66 ; Edith Murr.ay, 67 ; Edward Dyer, 67 ; 
Elizabeth Amelia, 65 ; Elizabeth Maria, 69 ; Elsie 
Jessie, 72 ; Emma Elizabeth Harriet, 68 ; Ennna 
Jane, 68 ; Emma Margaretta, 70 ; Emma Mary, 65 ; 
Ethel Colvin, 71 ; Gertrude Ann Lancaster, 69 ; Hamil- 
ton Aleck Charles Gordon Vetch, 66 ; Harriet Ann, 67 ; 
Harriet Key, 68 ; Harriet Lucy, 70 ; Harriet Maria, 
70 ; Harriet Maud, 67 ; Harrictte Eleanor, 68; Henry 
Pascoe, 69; Henry Sleuart,67; Herbert Buchanan, 71; 
Hilda Mary, 69; Isabella, 65; Isobel, 65; John, 69; 
John Anthony Francis, 6g ; John Murr.ay, 6g ; John 
William Lancaster, 69; Katharine Murray, 66; Keith 
Steuart, 67; Mabel, 71 ; Mabel Lilian, 69; Margaret 
Hunter, 70; Margaret Matilda, 65 ; Margaret Murray, 
68 ; Maria, 65 ; Marjorie, 69 ; Matilda, 66 ; Matilda 
Mary, 72; Ranald Alexander William, 72; Rosamund 
Murray, 72; Sarah, 66; Steuart Bayley, 71; Lieut. - 
Colonel Steuart Murray, 67 ; Lieut. -Colonel Steuart 
Scott, 69; Steuart William, 70; Sumner Merle, 71 ; 
Susan, 69 ; Sydney Crawford, 71 ; Thomas Crawford, 
70; Thomas Frederick Crawford, 71 ; Thomas Hare, 
66 ; Wilhehnine Henrietle Murray, 71 ; Major-General 
William Henry, 65 ; William Murray, C5 ; William 
Oxenden Murray, 66 ; William Scott, 65. 

Birch, Charlotte .Mary Leycesler, 133; John Arden, 133. 

Bishop, Colonel Conway, 61 ; Eileen, 61. 

Bishlon, William, go. 

Blackburne, Rev. Francis, 30; Rev. Francis Theophilus, 
30 ; Sarah liliza, 30. 

Blagg, Ada Mary, 35: Agnes Ada, 35; Alfred. 37; Ann, 
33; .-Vrthur, 37; Augusta, 36; Barbara Helen, 34; 
Beatrice, 35 ; Beatrice Grace Phoebe, 37 ; Dorothy, 35 ; 
Dorothy Alice, 37; Edith, 37; Edith Mary, 36; Edith 
Nora, 37 ; Edward, 36 ; Edward Gerald, 36 ; Emily, 
37 ; Ethel Mary, 34 ; Eva Mary, 34 ; Frances Sarah, 
36 ; Frances Wilhelmina, 36 ; Francis, 36 ; Gertrude, 
36; Grace, i^, 30 ; Helen Matilda, 34; llenry, ii, 35; 
Henry Edward, 35 ; Linda Grace, 35 ; Margaret, 34 ; 
Margaret Eliza, 34 ; Mary, 33, 34, 36 ; Maud, 36 ; 
Page, 36 ; Percy, 34 ; Peter Henry, 35 ; Rebecca, 33 ; 
Robert, 36 ; Sarah, 37 ; Sidney', 33 ; Sylvia, 34 ; 
Thomas, ^;i^ 34 ; Tnomas Colston, 34 : Thomas 
Matthews, 34 ; Thomas Noel, 35 ; Winifred Mary, 35. 

Blake, Fanny Su.sannah, 68 ; Frances, I ; Francis 
John, I ; William John, 68. 

Blaxland, Ann, 23 ; Fanny Snaith, 23 ; Colonel John 
Salmon, 23. 

de Bles, Alfred Joseph Herewyt, 140; .Maud Elinor, 140. 

Blofeld, Thomas Calthorpe, 88. 

lilucke, see Martin. 

Boddam, Charles, 212 ; Mary, 212. 

Bogue, .Mary Isabella, 133 ; Rev. Richard, 133. 

Bois, George Henry, T44 ; Marian Theodoia, 144. 

Bolitho, Agnes Hamilton, 3 ; Catherine Johns, 3 ; Cap- 
tain Edw,ard Alverne, R.N., 3; Edward Hoblyn 
Warren, 3 ; William, 3. 

Bolton, Agnes Mary, 202; Charlotte Henrietta Elizabeth, 
184; Eleanor, 184; Margaretta Elizabeth Jones, 202 ; 
Colonel Samuel, 1S4 ; Rev. William Henry, 202; Rev. 
William lav, 202. 



218 



Bond, Florence Annie, 192; .Maria, no; Morton, 112; 

Colonel Robert John, 192 ; Sarah, 112; Susannah 

Elizalieih, 112; William, no. 
Bostock, Agnes Helen, 175; lidward Ingram, 175. 
Bosworth, Edward, 55 ; Mary, 55. 
Bourne, Eliza Jane, 95 ; Rev. John Frederick, 95 ; J. II., 

95- 
Bowden, see Cornish-Bowden. 
Bower, Amelia, Rose, no; Herbert Stock, no; Jane 

Slock, no; William, no; William Stock, no. 
Bowe.s, Alice Maud, n6 ; Charles Keswick, n6 : |ohn, 

n6. 
Bowes-Lyon, Charlotte Maiia, Countess of Stralhmore 

and Kinyiiiirn, 126 ; Thomas George, Earl of Stralh- 
more and Kinghorn, 126. 
Bradford, Kmelyu Cole, 192: Rev. Jolin, 192; Rnbitrl, 

192. 
Bradley, Eiizaliell!, 17; James, 17. 
Brandreth, Alice, 55 ; Constance Marion, 55 ; Thomas, 

55 ; Rev. W'illi.im llar[)er, 55. 
Bredin, Major-Ceneral Andrew, 94 ; Frances Anne, 94 ; 

George Noble, 94. 
Brereion, Rev. Charles David, 187 ; Heniieila Lucy, 1S7. 
Brewer, Elaine Keturah, 45 ; John Fletcher, 45. 
Bridport, General .-Vlexander, \'iscount, 135. 
Broadwood, Henry John Tschudi, 203 ; Marion Ada 

Flora, 203. 
Bromfield, Benjamin, 17; Frances, 17; Louisa, 17. 
Brooke, .Annie, 133 ; John Brooke (formerly Johnson), 

133 ; John Charles Evelyn Hope, 133 ; Hon'"'' Violet 

Mary, 1 33. 
Brooks, I^ev. John, 78; Margaret Annie, 78. 
Broughton, Constance Emily, 2 ; Colonel Legh Harley 

Delves, 2; Laura Margaret Buchan, 2; Major-General 

William Edward Delves, 2. 
Brouncker, Barbara, 136; Lewis William, 136. 
Brown, Anne. 34 ; Augusta Rundell, 61 ; Rev. Charles, 

61 ; Edith Helen, n2 ; Jane, 34; Mary, 61 ; William, 

34- 
Brownell, Amy Matilda, 112: Edith Helen, 112; George, 

112. 
Browning, George, 138 ; George Frederick, 138; Marian 

Gcorgina, 138. 
Brownlow, Emily Louisa, 4; Jauies, 4. 
Bruce, Constance Mary Carnegie, Countess of Elgin and 

Kincardine, 166; Lady Rachel Catherine, i65; Victor 

Alexander, Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, 16(5. 
Buchanan, David, 71; Mabel, 71; Margaret Willielujine, 

71- 

Bulkelcy, Ehzaliclh, 171: Robert, 171. 

Bull, .Alice JLirgaret, 23 ; James, 23. 

Bullen, .Amy, 43 ; Captain Richard Edward, 43 ; Rev. 
Svdnev Sutherland, 43. 

Burijery,' Elizabeth, 38.' 

Burdeit, Josi.ih, 127. 

de Burgh, Selina Elizabeth, 56. 

Burgoyne, Caroline Mary, 13:; FicM- Marshal Sir John 
Fun, Bt., 133. 

Burleigh, Catherine \ assail, iSo ; George, 180. 

Burr.ett, Bes-.ie, 96 ; Joseph, 96 ; i£C Richards. 

Burner, sec .Aniyatt-Burnc. 

Burrell.Georgiana Charlotte, 131; Hon''''' Merrik Lindsey 
Peter, 131. 

liurroughes, Amy Elizabeth, n4 ; Ar.na Maria, 115; 
Caroline Elizaljeih, n5 ; Diana Cliarlotte, 114; Edith 
Ironside, 114; Elizabeth Maria, \IT„ 115; Elizabeih 
Phillips, 113: Rev. Ellis, 113; Ellis Phillips, n3 ; 
Frances Sarah, 1 15: Jane Ethel, n4 : Jane Lillian, 
XI4: Jane Sarah, 114; Julia, 114; Mabel Frances, 
114; Mary, n4 ; Rev. Randall, n3, n5 ; Randall 
Ellis, 115; Colonel Randall Robert, 114; Robert 
Marsh, 115; Sarah, 115; Sarah Nasniylh, ll^\ Violet 
Ellys, 114; Rev. Walter, n4. 

Burroughs-Paulet, Anne, Marchioness of Winchester, 
156 ; Charles Ingoldsby, Marquess of Winchester, 156; 
see Paulet. 

Burton, Hon'''" Charlotte Belasyse, 128; Henry, 12S; 
Rev. Henry, 12S; Robeit Henrv Lingen, 128. 



Butterworth-.Shaw, Rev. Edward, 47 ; .Susan, 47 ; see 

Shaw. 
Butts, Catharine Norval Magdalene Dysart, 95; Harry 

(irosvencjr, 95; R. G., 95. 
Buxton, Charles, 199; Emily Mary, 199; Dame Hannah, 

199; Sir Thomas Fowell, Bt. , 199. 
Byrne, Elizabeth, 69; Jaincs, 69. 



Cadogan, George Henry, Earl of, 126. 

Caine, Edith Mary, 66; George VVhittingham, 66; Guy 

Whitlingham, bo. 
Caldwell, J. imes, 199; Margaret Emma, 199. 
Calthorpe, Lord, 212. 
Calvert, Dame Caroline, 161 ; Einily Caroline, 163 ; 

Frances Anne, 164; Frederick, 165; General Sir 

Harry, lit., 161 ; John, 161 ; Lady Lucy Caroline, 165; 

Mary, 16: ; Peter, 161 ; see Verncy. 
Cameron, Anna Catharine, 182; Captain Orford Sonier- 

ville, R.N., 1S2 ; Lieut. -Colonel William Gordon, 182. 
Camplieli, Hon''''^ Alice Louisa, 133; Colin, 17; Hon*"'' 

Edith, 201; Elizabeth, 1S4 ; George Augustus, 184; 

Colonel George Herbert, 133 ; John, Lord, 201 ; 

Letitia Catherine, 17 ; Louisa, 133; William, 184. 
Cann-Lippincott, Henry, 12; Sir Henry, lit., 12; Julia 

Sullivan, 12; Margaret Agnes, 12; Margaret Jane, 12; 

Robert, 12. 
Carbonell, Rev. Fancis Rohde, 10; Katherine Dorinda, 

10; .Sarah Mary, 10 ; William Charles, 10. 
Carless, Rev. Edward, 30, 54; Elizabeth, 54; Mary, 30, 

54; Mary Ann, 30; William, 30, 54. 
Carnegie, Constance Mary, 166; lames, Earl ofSuulhe.sk, 

166. 
Carr, Joseph Williams Comyns, 214. 
Carrington, Robert, Lord, 164. 
Carslaw, Rev. Dr., 151; Ethel Maude, 151 ; I'rofessor 

Horatio Scott, 151. 
Carter, Alfred Bonham, 162; Rev. Basil Tilson Shaen, 

194; George Tilson Shaeii, 194; Maria Susan, 194; 

Mary, 44 ; Mary Beatrice, 194 ; Nathaniel, 44 ; Thomas 

Shaen, 194. 
Cashin, Edmund, 1S8; Elizabeth, loS. 
Cassidy, John Wlentine, 18S. 

Cave, Edith Laurentia Mary, 205; Lawrence Trent, 205. 
Cavill, Benjamin, 48 ; Elizabeth, 48 ; Mary, 48. 
Chambers, Charles, 22 ; Charlotte Barbara, 90 ; Rosalind 

de Camera, 22 ; Zachary, 90. 
Champagne, Very Rev. .Arthur, 160; Mary Anne, 160. 
Champion, Henry, 69; Marjoiio, 69. 
Chance, Cornelia de Peyster, 15; Frances Maria, 15; 

George, 15; John Hcuiier, 15: Louisa, 15; Robert 

Lucas, 15. 
Chapir.aii, Alfred, 144 ; Cecil Maurice, 209 ; I'Mmund 

Henry, 144 ; Ernest George Cary, 143 ; Georgiana 

.Adelaide, 144. 
Chatav.'ay, Elizabeth .Anne, 117: Rev. James, n7; 

Mary, 117. 
Cheston, Charles, 9S. 
Chettle, Anne, 33 ; Thomas, ^;^. 
Chetwynd, Eva Constance Elizcibeth Fanny, 89 ; Henry 

Goulburn Willoughby, 89: Captain the Hon''''' Henry 

Weyland, R.N., S9; Richaid Walter, Viscount, 89. 
Chichester, Mary Henrietta Juliana, 129; Thom-is, Earl 

of, 129. 
Childc (formerly Baldwyn), Ilairiel, 5 ; William 

Lacon, 5. 
Childe-Freeman, Alice .Mary, 7; .Amy, 8: Rev. .Arthur, 

5 ; .Arthur Harold, 7 ; Arthur John, 5, 187 ; Catherine 

Olive, 6 : Cecil Edwin, S ; Charles Edward, 6 ; 

Dorothy PZdith, 7 ; Doiothy Mary, 7 ; F.dith, 6 ; Edwyn 

Ralph, 8 ; Rev. Edward Leonard. 6 ; Ernest I'Veeman, 

8; Gwladys Viulel, 6; Harriet, 5, 187; Ida Lucy, 

7; John .Arthur, 6; Katherine Jessie, S; Leonard 

George, 6 ; Letticc, 7 ; Mary Abigail, 6 ; Mary 

Harriet, 5 ; Pamela, 6 ; Rowland Lacon, 8 ; see 

Freeman. 



•U) 



Chisholm, Antbelhi Matilda Augusta, 143 ; Edith Maud 
Mary, 144; Edward Consell, 143, 144; John, 143; 
John /Eneas, 144. 

Christian, Frances Maria, 205 ; Samuel, 205, 20S ; 
Susan, 208. 

Church, Henry George, 142. 

Circuitt, Constance Perry, 64 ; Rev. Ricliard William 
Perry, 64. 

Claphaui, George, 12S ; Sarah Kale, 12S. 

Clapton, Rev. Ernest, 20; George, 128; Margaret Jane, 
20 ; .Mary Jane, 20 ; Sarah Kate, 128 ; William, 20. 

Clarence, Richard, 53 ; Susanne, 53. 

Clarke, Agnes Petrea Josephine 151 ; Aimee Gwendolyn, 
149; Dame Aiince Mary, 150; Alice Blanche, 73, 
149; Ven'''' Arthur Erederick, 62; Arthur McLeod, 
62 ; Beatrice Muriel, 108; Caroline, 151 ; Christopher, 
R., 108 ; Clive Snodgrass, 150 ; Elizabeth, 149 ; 
Dame Elsie Florence, 150; Ernest Edward Dowling, 
150, 151 ; Ernestine Elizabeth, 152 ; Ernestine 
Maud, 152 ; Ethel Maude, 151 ; Florence Douglas, 
151; Frederick, 70, So; Francis Grenville, 151; 
Hannah, 150; Ivy Victoria, 152; Dame Janet Marian, 
149; Janet Marjorie Nina, 151 ; Joan Rosemary, 152; 
John, 61 ; John Holywell, 151 ; John Russell, 151 ; 
Joseph, 151 ; Laura Agnes, 62 ; Lewis, 151 ; 
Lewis Alexander, iji ; Lily Vera Montague 
Douglas, 152; Margaret Mary, 151 ; Mary, 61, 73, 
149 ; Mary Janet, 150 ; Mary Phyllis, 149 ; 
Michael Alastair, 151 ; Nancy, 62; Nina, 151 ; Pat- 
ricia Kathleen, 151; Reginald Clive Nevil, 152; Lieut.- 
Colonel Reginald Hastings, 152 ; Patricia Kathleen, 
151 ; Sir Rupert Turner Havelock, Bt., 150 ; Sarah, 
149; Thomas Biggs, 150; William, 149; William 
Anthony Francis. 151 ; Sir William John, Bt., 73, 
149; William John Rupert, 150; William John 
Turner, 151; Hon''''' William lohn Turner, 149, 151 ; 
Hon"''! William Lionel Russell," 151. 

Clerk, Mary, 159 ; Mildmay, 159. 

Clitf, Arthur, 39 ; Philip Arthur, 39 ; Rosamond, 39. 

("lifford, Barbara, Lady, 90 ; Hugh, Lord, 90 ; Mary, 
90 ; Hon"= Thomas, 90. 

Cludde, Harriet, 5 ; William, 5. 

Clutterbuck, Thomas Meadows, 202 ; Viola Mary, 
202. 

Coates, Edith Torrenza, 112; Henry Aylmer, 112; 
Richard Aylmer. 112. 

Cockburn, Julia ('lementina, 80 ; Lionel Hope, 80 ; 
William Alexander, 80. 

Cockerell, Charles Robert, 188 ; Henrietta Selina, 188 ; 
Rev. Louis .-.ithur, 1S8. 

Cockshott, Rev. jolm William, 120 ; Mary Dorothea, 
120. 

Codrington, Mrs., 85. 

Cole, Rev. Edward Patlinson, 174 : John, 192 ; Mary 
Jane, 174 ; Thomas Bulman, 174 ; Rev. Thomas Henry, 
174- 

CoPins, Bessie, no; Henry, 116; Maria, 116. 

Collona, Marie Taniburini, 2 ; Victor, 2, 

Colthurst, Mary, iq8 ; I'eter, 198. 

Coltman, William Bachelor, 162. 

Cooper, Elizabetn, 1S4 ; I.sabella, 184 ; John Douglas, 
1S4 ; Ma-.y Anne, 84 ; sre Gilbert-Cooper. 

Cornish, Elizabeth Anne, 62 ; James, 62. 

Cornish- Bowden, Elizabeth Anne, 62; Miriam Sibylle, 
62 : Admiral William, 62. 

Corsellis, Arthur Alexander, 56 ; Rachel Edith, 50. 

Cotter, Mary .^nne, 1S7. 

Cotton, Nina, 151 ; Thomas, 151. 

Cottrell, P'ii^abelh, 179 ; John, 179. 

Coulson, Gladys, 145. 

Coventry, George VVilliam, Earl of, 126. 

Cowley, William Henry, Earl, 15^7. 

Cox, Louisa, 133 ; R. U., 133. 

Cowan, Ethel Fr.inces, 159; Major, 159. 

Cozens, John Robert, 17 ; .Sarah, 17. 

Craven, Hon'''= Albert William, 126 ; Evelyn Laura, 
Countess of, 126 ; George Grimster, Earl of, 126. 

Crawford, James Ludovic, Earl of, 150. 



Cree, Rev. William, 24 ; William Cecil Holt, 24 ; 

VVilmot Avis, 24. 
Cri.sp, Barbara, 70, 74 ; Dorothy, 70 ; Frederick Arthur, 

70, 74 ; Gertrude, 70, 74 ; Margaret, 70. 
Croft, Charlotte Leonora, 207 ; Louisa, 207 ; Dame 

.Margaret, 207 ; Rev. Richard, 207 ; Sir Richard, Bt., 

207. 
Croker-King, Lieut. -Colonel Charles, 6 ; Gwladys 

\"iolet, 6. 
Cropper, Charles James, 201 ; Edith Emily, 201 ; Fanny 

Alison, 201 ; James, 201. 
Cross, Ada, 7. 
Crucefix, Henrietta Cowley, 42 ; Robert Richard, 

42. 
Cruikshank, Ethel Maude, 151 ; Hon'''= George 

Alexander, 151. 
Cruttvvell, Percy Wilson Daniel, 194. 
Cubitt, Frances, i ; George, I, 85 ; Mary Anne, I ; 

Sophia, 88 ; Thomas, S8. 
Cuffe, Lady Joan Elizabeth Mary, 165; Hamilton John 

.•\gmondesham. Earl of De:;art, 165 ; Margaret Joan 

Lascelles, Countess of Desart, 165. 
Cumming, Aimee Mary, 150 j Hon'''" Thomas Forrest, 

150. 
Cuninghame, Frances Marion, ig ; W. B., 19. 
Cunningham, Eliza Catherine, m; Rev. Francis 

Macaulay, 161 ; Harold, III, Henry Stewart, 161 ; 

James, ill; Rev. John William, 161; Mary, l6l ; 

Sophia, 161 ; Walter, no. 
Curgcnven, Rev. F. H., 60; Gerald, 60; Jaquette 

Frances, 60. 
Currey, Constance Murray, 68 ; Edinond Francis 

Neville, 68 ; John Edmund, 68. 
Curtis, Emma Jane, 68; Lieut. -Colonel Harry . Alexander 

Dyer, 66, 68 ; Henry Charles, 68 ; John, 160 ; Hon"'' 

Hilda Margaret, 134; Marianne Emma, 134; Dame 

Mary Anne, 68; Major- General Reginald, 134; 

Major-General Sir Reginald Salmond, 134; Sir 

William, Bt., 68. 
Cuyler, Bessie, 32 ; George Anderson, 32. 



D 

Daman, Harold Edgar, 3S ; Kail, 38 ; Mary Theodora, 

38. 
Daniel Frances, 68 ; Thomas, 6S. 
Daniell, Eliza Earle, 93 ; John Rose, 95 ; Louisa 

Tollemache, 95 ; Hon'"'"' Meade Home, 95 ; William 

93- 
Dansie, James, 5 ; Mary, 5. 
Danvers, Charlotte Maria, 85 ; Emily, 85 ; Frederick 

Dawes, 85 ; Sir Juland, 85. 
Darley, Henry Reed, 69 ; NIarjorie, 69. 
Dart, Sarah, 96. 
Dartmouth, Frances, Countess of, 128 ; Frances 

Charlotte, Counles^ of, 128; George, Earl of, 128; 

William, ICarl of, 128 ; William Walter, ICarl of, 128. 
Davidson, Jolni, 73 ; Lydia, 73. 
Davies, Agnes Sarah, 2 ; Rev. Robert Hemy. 2 ; Simon 

Farthing, 2. 
Davis, Charles George, 15; Elizabeth Mary, 12; Rev. 

John, 12; Sir John Francis, Bt., 12; Julia Sullivan, 

12. 
Davys, Rev. Edmund, 16; Rev. t;dmund Mark, 16; 

Harriet Gee Homer, 16. 
Day, David Allan, 14 ; Sophia Le.-rh, 14. 
Deane, .Susan, 19S. 

Deanesiy, Eilwaid, 4=5 ; Ida Margaret, 45- 
Deasy, Dolores Mercedes, 18S; Henry Hugh Peter, 188; 

Mary .\nne, 187; Monica, iSS; Rickard, 1S7, 1S8 ; 

Timothy, 1S7 : sec Prescott. 
Decie, Alfred, 187 ; Catherine Hale, 187 ; Henry Ed- 
ward, 1S7; Richard George, 187; Timothy Henry, 

187 ; see Prescott. 
Delpierre, Charlotte, lOI ; Octave, lOI. 
Denbigh, Rudolph William Basil, Earl of, 91, 139. 



Denman, Ilnui'''^ Anne, 20S : Arlluiv, 20S ; Hon'''' 

George, 208 ; M.irijarut, 207 ; Thomas, 207 ; Tliomas, 

I^ord, 207, 20S. 
D'Knville, Di-sir-e Catherine, 3. 
Derby, Kdward neotiVey, Karl of, 19!. 
Dcsart, llaniillon John Agmondeshani, Earl ol, 165 ; 

Margaret John Lasceiles, Countess of, 165. 
Dos Voeux, Lady Cecilia, 160; Sir Charles, Ht., 160; 

Christina, lOo; Sir Charles I'iiiUp Vini'lum, Bt., 160; 

Dame Mary Anne, 160. 
l^ew, Alice Henrietta, 187 ; Frederick Napleton, 1S7 ; 

Henrietta Lucy, 187. 
Dewey, Thomas Charles, 174. 
Dewhursl, Klora Zoe, 147; Jolni D., 147. 
Dicconson, sec Gerard-Dijrt>nson. 
Dickinson, Hennetia \ansiltail, 212; Henry, 212; 

William, 212. 
Dickson, Agnes Graham, 107 ; Isohel, 65. 
Dickinson, Harriet Ann, 30; John, 30. 
Dillon, Ellen Margaret, 67 ; Henry Augustus, 67. 
Dippie, Florence, 177 ; Robert, 177 ; William Robert, 

Disney, Barbara, 136; Barbara Sophia Harriot. 136; 

Edgar, 136. 
Dobree, Bonaniy, 57 ; Elizabeth, 57. 
Douglas, Andrew, 71 ; Emma Sarah, 170 ; James 
^ Bryant, 170; Margaret Wilhelmine, 71; William 

Carstairs, in. 
Dower, Annie, 6. 
Dowling, Anne, 149 ; Eli.^abeth, 149 ; Rev. George 

Pyke, 149. 
Downes, Constance Sawbridge, 24 ; Colonel Leonard, 

24- 

Dowson, Adjla Victoria, 42 ; Amalia -Agnes, 43 ; .Amy. 
43; Benjamin, 43; Bessie, 42; Catherine Frances, 42; 
Edith, 43 ; Elizabeth, 43 ; Fanny, 43 ; Fortescue, 43 ; 
Gwendoline Cowley, 42 ; Harold, 42 ; Henrietta Cow- 
ley, 42 ; John, 42 ; John Seymour, 42 ; Lucy, 42 ; 
Maskelyne, 43; Seym.our, 43; SVilhara, 43. 

Draper, Edw:ud Herbert, 3S. 

Driakwater, Elizaljeth Ainie, I17; Thtiinas, 117. 

Drummond, -A., 92 ; Lsoljel, 92. 

Duckett. Eliiabeih, S8 ; .Sir George, iil. (formerly 
Jackson), SS. 

Duckworth, Hon'''« Editli, 20I ; Florence Helen, 201 ; 
Rev. William Arthur, 201. 

Dunn, Gwendoline, 80 ; W. Newton, So. 

Dunnell, John, 117: Louisa, 117. 

Dnrbin, Eliz;<belh Vertue, 49. 

Dntlrie, Caroline, 13.!; Tiionias Henry, 132. 

Dyer, Emnia .Mary, 05 : Sanniel Summer, 65 : .Sarah, 

; 65. 

Dyment, Albert Gilniore, 49 ; Bessie, 50 ; Blanche 
Frances, 49 ; Clifibrd Henry, 50 ; Edwin Cavell, 48 ; 
Elizabeth, 48; Ellen .Anna, 48; Elhelinda Letilia, 48; 
Francis Victor, 49; Gertrude .Sophia, 50; Irene Edna, 
50; Isaac, 48 ; .Mary, 4-S ; .Myra .Ann, 50 ; Rose Beatrice, 
48; Sarah Ann, 4S ; Thoinrs .Sydney, 49; Walter 
Henry, 48, 49; Wdii.tm ClilVord, 50. 

Dysart, Lionel, Earl o'', 03. 



Eastwood, .Mice Mabel, 194; Amy Sophie, 194; Annie 
Marii, 192; Colonel Arthur, 193; Arthur Edged, 192; 
Cecil Eai na, 191 ; Cecil Mary, 191 ; Charles Seymiur, 
192; Charles Woodman. 193; Christopher Gilbert, 
'93! Constance, 192; Dorot'iy Constance, 192; Ed- 
ward Geoffrey, 193 ; Hon'''' Eleanor .Sophit, 193 ; 
Enieiyn Cole. 192; Enelyn Dorothy, 193; Emely.i 
Mary, 193; Ethel He.Urice, 193; Florence -Annie, 192; 
Frances, 194; Frances Mary, 191; P'rank Bruce, 194; 
Gerald .Arthur, 193 ; Hilda -Marguerite, 193 ; 
Isabella Eliza, 193; jane, 191; Jane Anne Eliza- 
beth, 194; Jane Isabella, 193; John, 191; 
Colonel John Charles Basil, 193 ; John Fisher, 
191; |ohn Patrick liasd, 192; Mabel Caroline. IQ3 : 



-Margaret Esther, 192 ; Mary Beatrice, 194 ; Rachel, 
193 ; William Bigiiall, 192 ; William James Michael, 

193 ; William Seymour, 191 ; William Walter 
Kashleigh, 193. 

Eddis, His Honour Arthur Shelley, 21, 213; Lady 
Caroline, 21; Florence, 213; Rev. John Elwin, 

,-'3- 

Kden, Agnes Elizabeth, 12 ; Colonel John Millard, 12. 
Edt-aborough, Minnie, 56 ; Samuel Bolton, 56. 
Edgar Catharine, 97 ; Robert, 97. 
F^dge, Charles, 44 ; Ellen, 44. 
Edgel!, Rev. Charles William, 194 ; Rev. Edward, 

194 ; Rev. Edward .Methuen Rogers, 194 ; Jane Anne 
Elizabeth, 194; Rev. Michael Seymour, 194.J 

FMmonds, Rev. Thomas Acland, 10. 

r'dwards, Elizabeth, 51 ; John, 51 ; Lucy, 51. 

ICgerton, see Grey-lCgerton. 

Elgin and Kincardine, Constance Mary Carnegie, 
Countess of, 166 ; Victor Alexander, Earl of, l66. 

Ellen, Inank Stratton, 148. 

Ellershaw, Arthur, 193 ; .Mabel Caroline, 193. 

Ellis, Elizabeth .Maria, 113; William, 113. 

Elmy, Harriet, 97 ; William, 97. 

Elwes, Ailleen Mary, 138 ; .Alan Charles Cary, 144 ; 
Rev. Alastair George Francis Cary, 143; Rev. Albert 
Cary, 144; Alice Geraldine, 139; -Alice Margaret 
Daisy, 145; Alice Mary Arabella, 145; Ami Sherson, 
I4S ; -Annie Cecilia Noel, 147 ; Arabella Elizabeth 
Sophia, 143; Arabella Matilda Augusta, 143; Arthur 
Cary, 145; Arthur George, 145; Aubrey Valentine 
Denis, 139; Augusta Caroline Louisa, 143; Barbara, 
139; Barbara Kathleen, 147; Charles Richard Cramp- 
ton, 147; Hon'''' Caroline -Anderson, 137, 146; Caro- 
line Ar:ibella Elizaberh, 137 ; Caroline Eliza Cecil, 
141, 148; Caroline Henrietta, 138, 142; Cary, 
137 ; Cary Charles, 13S ; Celia Clare Mary Alice, 
140 ; Charles Edward Joseph Cary, 143 ; Charles 
Evelyn (Jeorge Cary, 144 ; Charles Richard 
Cranipton, 147 ; Charles Robe-t William Car)', 
13S; Charlotte, 145; Charlotte .Maria, 141; Clare 
Margaret .Mary Katharine, l-io; Rev. Cuthbert Richard 
Joseph Cary, 143 ; Dorothy Ce.;il, 145 ; Very Rev. 
Dudley Charles Cary, 14c; Dudley Christopher Cary, 
I.to, 142; Dudley Fiederick >-.'ary, 142 ; Dudley 
George Cary, 142; Dudley Mangles Cary, 144; 
Edith Mary, 145 ; Edith Maud Mary, 144 ; 
Edward Trevelyan Car)', 142 ; Edythe Isabel, 143 ; 
Eleanor Caroline Arabella, 138 ; Eleanor Sophia, 
1.40; Elinor, 138; Elizabeth, 137, 147; Ellen 
Emma, 145; Emily Laura, I iS ; Emily Sarah, 171; 
Ernest Cary, 145 ; Eustace Thomas Edward Cary, 144 ; 
Evelyn Robert Cary, 141 ; Mora Zoe, 147; Frances 
Cary, 143 ; Francis Charles Cary, 142; Francis Emilius 
Cary, 146; Francis Guy Robert, 139; Fiank de 
Stutevillc Cary, 143; !■ rederick Cary, 143, 146; 
Geoffrey Cary, 43 ; George C^ary, 141 : Georgiana 
Gladys Adelaide, 144: (icrv;.>eH'enry, 1 39: Gladys, 145; 
Grace Isabella Cecil, 148; Tinice I.sabelia Laura, 148; 
Henrietta Catharine, 130; Henrietia .Maria Matilda, 
139: Henry, 171 ; Henrs Dudljy Cary. 146; Henry 
Robert Harrington Cary, 142. 148 ; Rev. Herbert Cary, 
145; Hermione, 13S; Hester Lucy, 146; Honor, 147 ; 
Hugh William Henry Cary. 148: Irene Cecil -Agnes, 
144 ; Isabella Ruth, 14S ; Ja.nes Cary, 147 ; Jane 
Marianne, 137, 146; John Herrry, 171; John 
Richard Harrington, 142 : Kathicen, 147 ; Kath- 
leen Adelaide, 147 : Lewis Cary, 143 ; Lewis 
ICdward Barnard Ca.y, 139: Lilian Mary Isabel, 
144; Lincoln Cary, \.\(.i\ Lieut. -Colonel Lincoln Ed-. 
inunrl Cary, 147 ; Lo.iis .Augustus Cary, 144 ; Lucy, 
146; Lucy Marian. 145 ; Lorna. 147: .\larian, 
146; Marian Gcorgina, ijS; .Mari..n Theodora, 
144; Mary -Anne Sophia, 140; Mary Georgina, 
142; .Mary Georgma Cary, \,'^\\ Mary Helen, 
146; Mary Henrietta, 142, 148; Mary Louisa, 
142; Maud Elinor, 149; Muriel Edith, 147; 
Nancy Hester, 146; Oswald Aloysius, Joseph Cary, 
144; Philip k'ranris Cary, 14^1: Richard Cary, 146; 



Richard Everaid Augustine, 140 ; Ricliaid Henry Lin- 
coln, 146 ; Richard James Gary, 146 ; Robert Gary, 
137. i45-'47 : Robert Gharlcs Gary, 137 ; Robert 
Geoftrey Gervase John, 138; Rudolph Philip, 13S; 
Selina Martha, 146; Shafto Robert Gary, 14S; Simon 
Ednmnd Vincent I'aul, 140; Sophia Dorolhea, 13S; 
Sophia Jane, ly); Susan, 143, 147, 171 ; Thomas 
Gary, 147 ; Trevelyan William Gary, 143 ; Valentine 
Dudley Henry Gary, 139: Walter Gary, 145; Licut.- 
Colonel Waller Valentine Jephson Gary, 147 ; Wilfrid 
Arthur Joseph, 144; Wilfrid Gervase Gary, 143; 
Windsor" Alastair John Gary, 143; Windsor Gharles 
Gary, 143 ; Lady Winefride Mary, 139. 

England, Sylvia, 50. 

Erskine, Henry William Knight, 148 ; Hon'*'' John 
Kennedy, 157; Milliceiit Ann Mary,i57. 

Erskine -Wemyss, Lady Eva Gecilia Margaret, 157 ; 
James. Hay, 157; Lady Lilian Mary, 157; Millicent 
Ann Mary, 157 ; Randolph Gordon, 157. 

Evans, Sir Arthur John, 30 ; Edward 107 ; Ellen 
Hannah, 107; Dame Harriet Ann, 30; Sir John, 30; 
Dame Margaret, 30. 

Eyre, Jacintha Gharlotte, 157 ; Rev. James Phipps, 157 ; 
Vincent, 90. 



Falconar, Lydia, 73 ; William, 73. 

Fanshawe, Anne Williamena, 167 ; General Gharles, 

167 ; Rev. Gerald Gharles, 167 ; Morforwyn Mary 

Leveson, 167. 
Farquharson, Gaptain Archibald James, R.N. , 1S9 ; 

Frances, 189 ; John Phelips, 1S9 ; Phyllis Ruth, 

189. 
Farrer, Frances Sarah, 212 ; Henrietta Elizabeth, 212; 

James William, 212. 
Faulconer, Arthur Gliolmley, 202 ; Elsie, 202 ; Robert 

Gholmley, 202. 
Feilding, Lady Agnes Mary Pia, 91 ; Rudolph William 

Basil, Earl of Denbigh, 91, 139; Lady Winefride 

Mary, 139. 
Fenton, Gharles Ducker, 68 ; Emily, 68 ; Harriette 

Eleanor, 68 ; Montague Arthur, 68. 
Fenwick, Audrey, 203 ; Mark, 203. 
Ferguson, Rev. Edwin Augustus, 135; Lieut. -Colonel 

George Arthur, 135; Mary Georgiana, 135; Hon'''' 

Nina Maria, 135. 
Fidell, Evelyn, 206 ; Wynn, 206. 
Field, Caroline Henrietta, 141, 142 ; Eleanor Sophia, 140 ; 

Liout.- GenP'il (Jeorge Thomas, 141, 142; Gertrude 

Alice, 141 ; kev. J.'hn, 140, 141 ; M.iry Louisa, 142 ; 

Rf-v. Thomas, 140; Kev. Thomas Perrott, 141. 
Fielder, Annie Maria, 192 ; Henry, 192. 
P'iscuer, Garlotta, 39. 

Fisher, Grace Mary, III ; Samuel George in. 
'■"ilch, All'red, 169; Annie, 16S ; Audrey Margaret, 169 ; 

Berlha Violet, 170: Cecil Alexander Gordon, 169; 

Cecil Edwin, 169; Charlotte;, 168-170; Clara, 169; 

Cim.stancc, 169: Cyril Wilfred, 170; Dora, 169; 

Edith Maude, 16S ; 'Edward, 16S ; Edwin Frederick, 

168; Eliz;ibeth, 1O8; Ellen, 170; Enmia, 170; Emma 

Sarah, 170; Frederick, 168; Frederick George, 169; 

George, 168, 170; Hugh Bernard, 170; Lillian Mabel, 

169; Marshall, 170; Rebecca, 169; Sarah Maria, 

168 ; Sia dey Fox, l6S. 
Fitzgerald, Gaptain Chariis, R.N., 13:5; Eleanor Caro- 
line Arabcjila, 138; iIon'''= B^ustace Robert Southwell, 

133; Jane Matilda, Lady, 133; John David, Lord, 

133 ; Hon'''" .Maude Louisa, 133 ; Robert, 138. 
Fleming Fiaiices, S ; Richard, 8. 
Flockhart, Mary .Maria, 93 ; William, 93. 
Foakes, Edward Lindsav Ashley, 132 ; Idonea Maria, 

TJ2 ; W. H., 132. 
FoI-.-y, Hon''i' .■VndrL'W, 5 ; Harriet Mar)', 5. 
Ford, Ida Geraldine, 129 ; W. John, 129. 
Forsyth, Annie Cecilia Noel, 147 ; Colonel, 147. 
Fosbery, Lilian Jane Cunninghame, 158 ; William 

Thomas E.xham, 158. 



Foulkes, Emma, 56 ; John, 56 ; Katherine Margaret, 31 ; 

Robert Thomas, 31 ; .Sarah, 56. 
Fountaine, Andrew, 8.J ; Caroline, 89; Gharles George, 

89 ; Hannah, 89 ; Rev. John, 89. 
FoN, .Vnnie, 16.S ; Benjamin, 168; Gharles, no; Edwin 

Goodhugh, no; Ellen Maria, 109; Frederick Hynde, 

109; Henry I'rederitk, 109; Mildred, no ; Wilfred 

Stephen, 109. 
Fox-Russell, Ethel Maria, 116; William, 116; see 

Russell. 
Francklin, Rev. Fairfax, 115; Fairfax John, 1 15; 

Rev. John, 115 ; Julia, 115 ; Lloyd Fairfax, 

IIS- 

traser, Eliza, 174; Rev. John, 174. 

Freeman, Alice Mary, 31 ; Anne, 5, 7; Arthur Reginald, 

31 ; Bessie, 32 ; Cecilia Abigail, 7 ; Constance, 6 ; 

Gonstantia, 5; Edgar, 32; Edith, 32; Edward, 31 ; 

Edward Augustus, 30; Edward RoUo, 31 ; Eleanor, 

30; Eleanor Constance, 32 ; Elizabeth, 6, 8; F^mmete, 

30; Florence, 32 ; Harold, 31 ; Harold Augustus, 31 ; 

Helen, 32; John, 5, 30; John Arthur, 5; Joseph, 30 ; 

Katherine, 32; Katherine Margaret, 31 ; Margaret, 30; 

Mary, 5, 8, 32 ; Mary Abigail, 6 ; Mary Ann, 30 ; 

Sarah Eliza, 30 ; see Ghilde-Freeman. 
Frei, Pauline, 117. 
Fremantle, Emily Caroline, 163 ; Caroline, 163; Dame 

Elizabeth, 163 ; Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Francis, 

163 ; Very Rev. William Robert, 163. 
Frere, Charles, 214; Charles Edward Vansittart, 214 ; 

Gharlotte Vansittart, 214; Eustace Vansittart, 214; 

James Hatley, 214; Merian, 214. 
Fry, Elizabeth, 199. 

G 

Galbraith, Annie Campbell, 73, 149 ; James, 73, 149 ; 

Jessie Campbell, 73- 
Gale, Cecilia Isabella, 3 ; Emma, 3 ; Isabel Mary 

Gecilia, 3 ; Rev. James, 3 ; William, 3. 
Galpin, Rev. Arthur John, 22 ; John, 22; Millicent Jane, 

22. 
Galsworthy, Arthur John, 71 ; Frederick Thomas, 71 ; 

Isabelle, 71 ; Wilhelniine Henriette Murray, 71. 
Gamlen, Robert Ileale, 127. 
Gardiner, Ellen Allarton, 45; Jane, 212; Leonard 

Redfern, 45 ; Mary, 212 ; Samuel, 212 ; Rev. William, 

45- 
Garnett, Gharlotte Josephine, 15S ; Samuel, 15S. 
Garrett, Clara, 117 ; Louisa, 117; Newson, 117 ; Samuel, 

117. 
Gaskell, Mar;anne, 2c6; Rev. William, 206. 
Gater, Alice Sarah, 185 ; Caleb Hammond, 105 ; George 

Henry, 17 ; Louisa .Marianne, 17 : Sarah, 17. 
Gee, G. L., 15 ; I'rances Matilda, 15 ; Harriet, 14 ; 

Thomas, 14. 
Gerard, Sir Robert Tolver, Lord, 149. 
Gerard-Dicponson, .-Vimee Gwendolyn, 149 ; Charles 

Robert ToKcr Michael, 149 ; Hon'"'" Robert Joseph, 

149- 
Gelti;ig, Mrs., 51. 
Gibbcs, Colonel John George Nathaniel, 89; Matilda 

Lavinia, 89. 
Gibbons, .Adam Jote, 22 ; Anna Elizabeth. 22. 
Gifford, Hon'''= Charlotte Dorothea, 209 ; Robert, Lord, 

209. 
Gilbcrt-Coopc-r, F.diih Shuldhani, 210; Rev. William 

Wrij^lite, 210. 
Gill, Janet Orme, 175; Richard Marm.aduke, 175. 
Gillespie, Katherine Margaret, 31 ; Major - General 

William Augustus, 31. 
Gilpin, Henry, 62 ; Jessie, 62. 
Gitlcns, Fanny Carlyon, 93 ; John, 93. 
Glass, Harriet .Vnn, 67 ; Henry Hiringlon, 67 ; -Matilda 

Amelia, 67. 
Glyn, Annie Dorothy, 112 ; Walter, 112. 
Godden, William, 137. 
Gordon, Colonel Alexander, 169 ; Caroline, 169 ; Lillian 

Mabel, 169; William, 160. 



Goie, Arthur Sauiideis William Cliarles I'"ox, Earl of 

Arr.n, S7 ; Lady Esllier CarDliiic Georgiaiia, S7 ; 

lloii''''- George Ralph Charles Ornishy, 156. 
Gore-Sellon, Mary Caroline, 125; Richard Edward, 125. 
Gurham, John, iS ; Mary, 18. 
Goiigh, Barbara, 212 ; Sir Henry, Bt., 212. 
GouKon, Dorothy, 33 ; Grace, ^^ ; I'age, 33. 
Govett, Edmund, 152; lOrnestine Maud, 152; Fanny, 

75 ; George, 75. 
Giafa, Stella Heth, 119. 
Graham, Christina, 130; Douj/ias Beresford Malise 

Ronald, UjUe of Montrose, 201 ; Lord Douglas 

Malise, 201 : janiei;, Duke of Montrose, 165 ; 

Lady Lucy, 161;; Lady Rachel Marv, 201 ; William, 

130. 
Grant, Annte, 133; |essie, 75; |o'im, 133; Lawrence, 

130; I'eter, 75. 
Granville, Bernard, 157, 159; Bevil, 159; Joan 

Erederica Mathewana, 157, 159; Malliewana Sarah, 157. 
Graves, Thoniaa North, Lord, 143. 
Gray, Jonathan 15 ; Louisa, 15. 
Greene, Catherine, 179 ; Ethel, 75 ; Rev. Henry 

Burnaby, 179 ; Fanny, 75 ; Ljui.,a Burnaby, iSl ; 

Captain I'itt Burnaby, K.N., 179, 181 ; Captain 

William Burnaby, R.N., 179; William Henry, 75. 
Greenknow, Ivy Victoria, 152 ; Robert Senox, 152. 
Green-Price, Rev. Herbert Chase, 172; Dame Laura, 

172; Sir Richard, Bt., 172; Susan Alice, 172. 
Greenwood, .Vnne, 161; Charles, 161; Francis, 161. 
Gregory, Philip Spencer, 175. 

Grey, Lady Caroline, 125 ; Charles, Earl of, 125. 
Grey-Egerton, Dame Ainne Mary, 150: Sir Philip 

Henry Brian, 150. 
Grice, Elizabeth, 54 ; Joseph, 54. 
Griffith, Annie, 136; Annie Osborne Louisa, 136; Rev. 

E.J. ,136. 
Grigg, Mary Anne Sophia, 5S. 
Grundy, Charles Jijseph, 50 ; Gertrude Sophia, 50 ; 

John Henry, 50; Robert Ellis, 19S; .Sylvia, 50. 
Gurney, Hannah, 199 ; John, 199. 
Gutch, Eleanor, 30 ; Rev. Roljert, 30. 
Gye, Frederick, 79 ; Uis Honour Judge Percy, 79 ; 

Sarah Fanny Constance, 79. 



H 



Hackworth, Eleanor Mary, 28 ; James, 2S. 

Haldun, Constance Mary, Lady, 125; Lawrence Hesketh, 

Lord, 125. 
Hall, Edv/ard, 20; Mar)' Jane, 20. 
Hallelt, Bertie, 84: sfg Hughes-Hallett. 
Halliday, Charlotte Elizabeth, 93; Lady Jane, 92; John 

Delap, 92. 
Hanibleden, ICmily, Viscountess. 85 ; Esther CaroHne 

Georgiana, Viscountess, Sv ; William Frederick Dan- 

vers, Viscount, S7 ; see Smith. 
Hamilton, Catherine, 178; Charlotte Lucy, 131; Lieut. - 

Colonel James, 131; Maiie, 178; Thoma.5 Sharp, 178. 
Hamilton-Gell, Emily Louisa, 4 ; Rev. Fielding Arthur 

Wolfe, 4 ; Kathleen Etifie, 4. 
Hanimerslcy, .\nne, 161; Caroline, l5l ; Thomas, 161. 
Haniond, Anthony, 171; Susan, 171. 
Haiben, Agnes Helen, 175; .Agnes Mary, 176; Alice 

Ethel, 178; Ann, 174; Arthur Charles, 176; Benja- 
min, 175; Benjamin (iuy, 17S; Benjamin Walter, 177; 

Bertha, 17S; Charlotte ^iary, 175; Dorothy, 176, 177; 

Edith Mary, 176; Edward, 176; Elizabeth, 175; 

Elizabeth Arin, I7(j ; Ellen, 176: Emily, 176, 177 ; 

Eve, 177; Florence, 177; Gladys Millicent, 17S : 

Grace, 178; Guy Philip. 178; Henry, 174; Sir Henry, 

174; Henry Andrade, 175; Henry Devenish, 175; 

Henry Eric Southey, 175; Hugh Walter, 176; Janet 

Orme, 175; John Alfred, I7.'5; Julia Knott, 176; 

Katherine Winifred, 178; Kenneth Tucker, 178; 

Leonard, 175; Leonard Hubert 175; Marian, 178; 

Marie, 178; Marion Frances, 176; Marjorie, 177; 

Mary, 174; Mary Frances, 175; Dame Mary Jane, 



174; Mary Jerrold, 175; Mary Woodgate, 174; 

Naomi, 177; Noiman, 178; Norman Ray, 17S; 

Ralph, 178; Sarah, 174; Sidney Keeble, 177; Stanley 

Filmcr, 178 ; Wilfrid, 178. 
Harbcrton, James Spencer, Viscount, 55; John James, 

Viscount, 192. 
Harbord, Hon''''= Barbara Sophia Harriot, 136; Beatrice 

Geraldine, 136; Hon'""' Constance Adelaide, 136; 

Edward, Lord Suffield, 136; Hon'"'" Harbord, 1 36 ; 

Rev. the Hon'''" John, 136. 
Hare, Lady Eleanor Cecilia, 193 ; William, Earl of Lis- 

towel, 193. 
Harewood, Henry Thynne, Earl of, 165. 
Hargreaves, Beatrice Edith Agatha, loi ; Charles Regi- 
nald, loi ; Frances Amelia Jessie, 100; John, lOI ; 

John Dennison, 100; Mary, loi. 
Harley, Edward Arthur, 62; Jessie, 62; Mary Edith 

Violet, 62. 
Harman, Clement, 6; John, 132; Mary Abigail, 6. 
Harper, Susan, 143. 

Harridge, Elizabeth, i6Sj William, 16S. 
Harris, Anne, 5 ; Christopher, 132 ; Su.sannah, 132 ; 

Thomas, 5. 
Harrison, Mary Anne, 63 ; Richard Lake, 94 ; Thomas, 

63. 

Harrowby, John Herbert Dudley, Earl of, S7 ; Mabel 
Danvers, Countess of, 87. 

Hart, George William, l85 ; Sarah Katherine Unwynne, 
186. 

Hartcup, Herbert James, 14S. 

Harvey, George, 112: Sarah, 112. 

Hawkins, Elizabeth, 48. 

Hawson, Agnes Ada, 35; Dorothy .Vlice, 37; Frances, 
36, 37 : (leorge, 36, 37 j Thomas, 35, 37, 85. 

Hay, see Williams-Hay. 

Haynes, Frances Elizabeth, 8; Cleorge, 8. 

H.ayter, Captain Samuel, R.N., 94; Sarah, 84. 

Hayward, Anne, 34; Ethel .Mary, 34; William Knight, 
34- 

Heal, Elizabeth, 117; Henry, 117. 

Heale, Alexander, 48 ; Anna. 48 

Heath. John Carlen. 88. 

Heaton, Beresford Rimington, 130. 

llclyar, Harriet, 57; William. ^7. 

Hemsley, Alexander, 160. 

Heneage, Hon'''" Arabella, 141 ; Arabella Elizabeth 
Sophia, 141; Edw.ard, Lord, 193; Eleanor Ceciha, 
Lady, 193; Hon''"' Eleanor Sophia, 193; Thomas 
Fiescbi, 141. 

Henslow, Stevens Wade, 90. 

Herbert, Abraham, 38; Edward, Earl of Powis, 165; 
Elizabeth, 38; Lucy, Coumcss of Powis, 165; Lady 
Lucy Caroline, 165; Maria. 38. 

Hewitt, Alan James Cuningh.nne, 19; 
10 ; Arthur Bettesworlh, 
Camp'oell, 17; Benjamin. 
17; Benjamin Thomas, 

Dorothy Marion, 19; I^ev. Edward Sv.-inton, 18, 189; 
Elizabeth, 17; Elizabeth Mar)', 18; Elsie, 17; Fratices, 
17 ; Frances Gracia, 19 ; Frances Joan, 19 ; Frances 
Marion, 19 ; Jaincs BradU-y, 17 ; Rev. James I'.radley, 
19; John Bradley, 18; Rear-;\dniiral John Gorham, 
19 ; Katharine Elizabeth, 19 : Letitia Catherine, 17 ; 
Letitia Marianne, 17 ; Leiiiia Mary, 17 ; Louisa 
Marianne, 17; Mary, 17, iS, 1S9; Mary Susan, 
19; Ruth, 18, 189; Susan Catherine, 18: Thomas 
Swinlon, 17; Rev. Thoui.ui, i8g; Rev. Thomas 
Swinton, iS ; Colonel Thomas Wall, 10, II. 

Hewson, Alice Margaret Daisy, 145 ; Francis Thomas, 
145; C, 145. 

Hibbert, Elizabeth .Maigtrct, 200, 204; Emily, 200; 
Nathaniel, 200, 204. 

Hichens, .Abigail Eliza!)eth, 22 ; .■Mice Margaret, 23 ; 
Andrew Kinsman, 21 ; Anne Ijizabelh. 21 ; Rev. 
Arthur .Smylhe, 23; Ba,sil .Snailh, 23; Catherine Jack- 
son, 21 ; Charlotte I-^li/abeth, 21 : Constance Saw- 
bridge, 24; Edith M.irgaret, 21; Elizabeth, 20; 
Fanny Snaith, 23 : Rev. I'rederick Harrison. 22 ; 



.\nne, 10; .\nnettc, 
.\rthur Bettesworth 
Benjamin Bradley, 
Daisy .Mary, 17 ; 



Gobert William, 23 ; Gwendoline, 22 ; Gwendoline 
Sibella, 22; Helen Mary, 21 ; Hugh Coiiybeare, 24; 
Jane, 20 ; John Knill Jope, 21 ; Rev. John Oldham, 22 ; 
Louisa Nora, 2J ; Loveday Constance, 24 ; Margaret, 
20,22; Margaret Jane, 20; Margaret Jope, 20; Maria 
Susanna, 21 ; Mary, 20, 21 ; Mary Elizabeth, 21 ; 
Mary Katherine, 22 ; Milliccnt Jane, 22 ; Pevcrell 
Sniythe, 24; Robert, 20; Robert Peverell, 24; Robert 
Sniylhe, 22 ; Robert Snaith, 20 ; Rosalind de Camera, 
22; Thomas SiUes, 22; Rev. Thomas Sikes, 21; 
William, 20, 21 ; Rev. William, 20; Wilmot Avis, 24. 

Hickes, Trances, iSi ; Fowler, iSi. 

Hickie, Dolores Mercedes, iSS; Lieut. -Colonel James 
Francis, iSS; Lucila Calista, 188. 

Hicks Beach, .\lice .Mary, 172; Dame Harriet Vittoria, 
172; Sir Michael Hicks, Bt., 172. 

Higgins, Alice .Mary, 180; Louisa, 125; Somers, 180; 
Tully, 125. 

Higgs, Charlotte, 16S; Daniel, 168. 

Hill, Rev. Charles Gray, 68; Emma Jane, 68; Rev. 
Evelyn Henry, 7 ; Frances, 68; Rev. Henry Thomas, 
7 ; Ida Lucy, 7 ; Jeremiah, 68. 

Hills, Frances Anne, 94; J. F., 94. 

Hinde, Major-General Charles Thomas Edward, 164 ; 
Harriette Georgina, 164; Harriet Julia .Morforwyn, 
164. 

Hindmarsh, Barnette Septon, 15; Fanny Chance Eva, 
IS; Grace Isabel, 14; William, 14, 15. 

Hoare, Sophie Elizabeth, 40; William Barry, 40. 

Hobbs, Ethelinda Letitia, 48 ; Percy Eyre Francis, 94 ; 
Richard, 48; Richard Moggridge, 48 ; Sarah, 48. 

Hodgson, Rev. Edward, 118; Rev. Francis Henry, 118; 
James, 52; Mary Ann, 52; Mary Charlotte, 118; 
Rowland Ellis, 198. 

Holdsworth, Rev. George Kelly, 182; Susan Katherine, 
1S2. 

Holgate, Edward, 137; Elizabeth, 137. 

Holland, Abigail, 198; Agnes Mary, 202 ; Agnes Sylvia, 
206; Rev. Alfred, 210; Alfred Lancelot, 211; Alice, 
204 ; Alice -Mary, 204 ; Alfred Bernard, 202 ; Alfred 
Dunstan, 203; Amy Charlotte, 211; Anna Caroline, 
208; Anne, 19S, 205; Hon''''' Anne, 208 ; Annie Susan, 
20S; Ani.ony Francis, 203; Arthur, igS; Lieut. -Colo- 
nel Arthur Gambler, 211 ; Bernard Henry, 201 ; Bessy, 
200: Bryan Thurstan, 206; Caroline, 199; Catherine 
Sibylla, 202; Cecil Frederick, 210; Cecil Trevelyan, 
204; Cedric Swinton, 210; Charles, 198; Charles 
Aikin, 198; Charlotte, 206, 208; Honli'^ Charlotte 
Dorothea, 209 ; Christopher Bernard, 201 ; David 
Culhbert Ly.-\1!, 203 ; Edith Emily, 201 ; Edith Jane, 
211; Elith Latrentia -Mary, 205; Edith Saba, 199 ; 
Edith Sliuldham, 2to ; Edward, igS, 205, 207, 208 : 
Edward Thnr.-nan, 206; Elinor .\nne, 199; Elinor 
Tr.iherne, 207 ; Elizabeth, 17, 19S; Elizabeth Margaret, 
200, 204; Elsp.;th, 211 ; Emily Mary, 199; Eva Amy. 
209 ; Eva, Joan, 209 ; Evelyn, 206 ; Florence Evelyn, 
205; Florence Helen, 201 ; Frances Margaret, 210: 
Frances .Maiia, 205; Francis Caldwell, 203; Rev. 
Francis James, 201 ; Frederick, 20S ; Rev. Frederick 
Arthur, 20S ; Rev. Fred:^ric'.c Whitmore, 207 ; George 
Henry, 209; (iLrtude, 199; Hannah, 198; Harriet 
Sophia, ."06; Sir Henry, lit., log; Henry Ewan, 205; 
Henry Macauhy. 204; .Sir Henry Thurstan, Viscount 
Knutsford, 200, 204; Rev. Henry Scott, 210 ; Herbert 
Christian, 205 ; Jessie Clara, 211 ; John, 17, 19S; John 
Francis, 202; John Oltys, 206; Julia, 207 ; Julia Doro- 
thea, 206; Lawrence Gififord, 211 ; Lawrence Henry, 
206 ; Lilian Ann Harriet, 209 ; Lillian Kitty, 205 ; 
Lionel Ralt-igli, 204 ; Louisa, 207 ; Lucy, 200 ; Lucy 
Georgin.i, 211; Hon*''" Lucy Katherine, 201; Lucy 
\'crena, 203; Margaret Alice, 204; Margaret Elizabeth, 
206; Margarel Enmia, 193; .Mar^-aret Evelyn Aveira, 
206 ; Margaret Jean, Viscountess Knutsford, 200, 204 ; 
Jvlarianne, 206 ; Marion Ada Flora, 203 ; Marjorie 
Ellis, 209; Mary, 19S, 200; Mary, Viscountess Knuts- 
ford, 201 ; Mary Emily, 208; Mary Sibylla, 201 ; Marv 
Verena, Violet, 201 ; Maud Constance, 203 ; Michael 
James, 203; Penelope, 207 ; Peter, 198; Hon'>'= Rachel 



Mary, 201 ; Richard Lancelot, 209; Rupert Thurstan, 

205; D.imeSaba, 199; Samuel, 198, 205; Sophia, 205; 

Spencer Langton, 211 ; Stella Agnes, 211 ; Susan, 19S, 

208; Susan Florence, 205; Swinton Colthursl, 198, 

205 ; .Vdmiral Swinton Colthurst, 209 ; Sir Sydney 

George, Viscount Knutsford, 201 ; Theodosia Caroline, 

208; Tom Herbert, 205; Victor Christian, 206; Victor 

Henry Thurstan, 210; William Edward, 206; see 

.Marlin-llolland. 
Holland-Hibbert, Arthur Henry, 202; Audrey, 203; 

Diana, 202; Ellen, 202; I'^lsie, 202: Julian Thurstan, 

202 ; Lavinia, 203 ; Thurslan, 202 ; Viola Mary, 202 ; 

Wilfrid, 203. 
Holmes, Rev. Isaac, 32 ; Katherine, 32 ; Sarah, 36 ; 

Thomas, 36; Rev. Thomas Scott, 32. 
Homer, Anne, 16; Annie Hilda Constance, 16; Arthur, 

13 ; Caroline, 14 ; Charles Gee, 15 ; Charles Robert, 

13; Edith Caroline Harriet, 15; Edward, 14, 15; 

Edward Thomas, 14 ; Eliza Caroline, 13 ; Elizabeth, 

13; Ellen, 13; Emily, 15; Evelyn Marie Louise, 16; 

Fanny Chance Eva, 16; F'rances Edith Louisa, 15; 

Frances Emily Maude Homer, 16; Frances Maria, 15; 

Frances Matilda, 15; Rev. Frederick Augustus, 16; 

Guy Thomas, 14 ; Harriet, 14 ; Harriet Gee, 14 ; 

Harriet Gee Homer, 16 ; Harriet Rose, 15 ; Henry, 

13, 14; Henry Arnold, 13; Henry Charles Lucas, 14; 

Henry Thomas, 14 ; Isabel Josephine, 16 ; James 

Edward, 14; James Edward Lucas, 16; Leila, 16; 

Lorna Emily Ada, 14; Louisa, 15; Louisa Frances, 

13; Marianne, 13; Mary, 13, 14; Mary Catherine, 13; 

Mona Isabel Hindmarsh, 14; Rose Elizabeth Margaret, 

13; Rosetta, 16; Rosetta Louisa Homer, 16; Sophia 

Leah, 14 ; Thom,as, 13, 14 ; Thomas Edward, 16. 
Hooper, Alfred Catchmayd, 17. 
Hope, Eliza, 162 ; Rear- Admiral Sir George Johnstone, 

162 ; Hon'''<^ Georgiana Mary Anne, 162. 
Hoskyn, Dorothy Mary, 186 ; John Cunningham Moore, 

186 ; John Thomas, 186 ; Mary, 186. 
How, Rev. Henry Walsham, 190; Katharine, 190; 

Rachel, igo. 
Howard, Charlotte Josephine, 158; Eliza Mima, 173; 

Rev. Henry Frederick, 173 ; Colonel John Stanley, 

15S; Margaret Elizabeth, 173. 
Ilowarth, Bessy, 200 ; Rev. Franktyn, 20O. 
Howlett, Eliza Ann, 2 ; John, 2. 
Howsin, Augusta, 36 ; William, 36. 
Hudson, Alfred Ricketts, 11 ; Edith Annie, 11. 
Hughes, David Watkin, 115; Muriel F-dith, 147. 
Hughes-Ilallett, Rev. Abraham Vernon, 118; Emily 

118; .Mary Charlotte, 118. 
Hullon, Arthur Hyde, 100; Frances Amelia Jessie, 100; 

William Ford, 100. 
Humble, Rev. Robert Alfied, iSl ; Victoria, 181. 
Hummerston, Ailela Victoria, 42 ; Michael, 42. 
Hunt, Charles Brooke, 46 ; Louisa Maria Jane, 46. 
Hunter, Charles, 147; F'rances Maria, 205; J., 205; 

Jameson, 198, 205 ; Kathleen, 147. 
Hutchinson, Rev. Frederick William, 193 ; Kalherine, 

100 ; Rev. William. 190. 
Hutson, Cecilia Lev.is Pauline, 94; Henry, 94; John 

Richard F'arre, g^. 
Ilultun, His Honour Crorapton, 206 ; Edward Thomas, 

157 ; Lieut. -General Sir Edward Thomas Henry, 157 ; 

Eleanor .Mary, 157; Harriet Sophia, 206; jacintha 

Charlotte, 157 ; Robert, 206. 



I 

Image, Charlotte, 3 ; Desiree Catherine, 3 ; John 

George, 3 ; William Edmund, 3. 
Inglis, Alexander, 7 ; Cecilia Abigail, 7 ; John, 7. 
Ingoldshy, Martha, 156: Tlicmas, 156. 
Ingram-Shepherd, Charles, Viscount Irvine, 157, 160; 

Hon'^''- Louisa Susan, 157, 160. 
Irvine, Charles, Viscount, 157, 160. 
Isaac, Charlotte, 206 ; Ellas, 205, 206 ; Harriet, 205, 

206 ; Sophia, 205 ; John Whitmore, 206. 



224 



J 

Jacobs, Henry, 131; Riie, 131. 

Jiiccjues, FrancL-s, iSi; Fiedeiica, 181, 186; Richard 
Machel, iSi, 1S6. 

Jackson, Alfred, yo ; Bessie, 96 ; Charles, 96 ; Elizabeth 
Amelia, 65 ; Margaret, 65 ; William, 65 ; see 
Ducked. 

James, Berllia Violet, 170; Charles Francis, 175 ; E. B. 
Allison, 170; John, 157, 159; Mary Frances, 175. 

Janiieson, Jessie Campbell, 73 ; William, 73. 

Jefferson, Joseph, 116; Maria, 116. 

Jeffreys, Amabel, 10 ; John Gwyn, 10. 

J efifs, Martha, 178; William, 178. 

Jephson, Henry, 146; Seliiia Marlha, 146. 

Jervis, F.dilli, 32; Lieut. -Colonel Swynfen John, 32; 
Colonel William Swynferi, 32. 

Jex-Blake. Rev. Charles Thomas, i ; I-'anny, I ; Frances, 
I ; Maria, I; Rev. William Jex, I. 

Johnson, Agne.s Hamilton, 3 : .Agnes Sarah, 2 ; Anna 
Maria, 4 ; Beatrice Lucy, 2 ; Charlotte, 3 ; Constance 
Emily, 2 ; Doris Mary, 4 ; Elizabeth, 6g ; Elizabeth 
Kathleen, 4 ; Elizabeth Maria, 69 ; Emma, 3 ; Eru 
Woodbine, 4; Fanny, I ; Fanny Amelia, 3; Frederick 
Harold, 39 ; George Baker, 2 ; Hon'''« George 
Randall, 2 ; George Randall, 2 ; Gertrude Le Quesne, 
39 ; Heni, 4 ; Henry, 4 : James, i ; James Randall, 2 ; 
James Woodbine, 4 ; Kathleen Effie, 4 ; Kenneth 
Harold, 4 ; Louise Isabel, 44; Lucy, 2; Marie Tam- 
burini, 2 ; Mary, i ; Mary Ann, i, 3 ; May, 4 : Millie 
Woodbine, 4 ; Octavia, 4 ; Peter Randall, 4 ; Philip 
Hamilton Randall, 4 ; Randall, 2 ; Rev. Richard, I ; 
Richard Cubitt, I ; Hon'''" Robert, 69; Sarah, I ; 
Thomas, I ; William Gordon, 44; William Hickman, 

38. 39- 
Johnstone, Anne W illiamena, 167; Captain Charles 

James Hope, R.N., 167. 
Jones, Benjamin Scutt, 77 ; Clifford Trevor, 206 ; Rev. 

David, 17S; Gladys MiUicent, 17S ; Harriet, 20; 

Rev. John, 20 ; Margaret Evelyn Aveira, 206 ; Mary, 

77 ; see Stewart-Jones. 
Jope, Margaret, 20 ; Mary, 20 ; Robert, 20. 
Jordan, Annie Mary Josephine, 59 ; William, 59. 
Joy, Catherine Anne, 9 ; Henry, 9 ; Henry Holmes, 9 ; 

John Holmes, 9. 
Joyce, Frank, 190; Margaret Elizabeth, 190. 
Joynson-Hicks, William, 168. 



K 

Kaye, Anne, 51 ; John, 51. 

Kayll, John James, 21 ; Susan Maria, 21. 

Kedington, Jane Judith, 136; Rev. Roger, 136. 

Kelly, Louisa Jane, 116: Robert, 116. 

Kemble, Isabella. 100, 102, 118; Thomas, 100, 102, 

liS. 
Kendall, Tressie Evalena, 119. 
Kenney, Isabel Josephine, 16 ; William, 16. 
Kent, Ethel Anne, 184 ; William Henry, 184. 
Kenworthy, Rev. Joseph, 53 ; Joshua, 53 ; Maria, 

53- 
Keppell, Lady Caroline, 124 ; William Anne, Earl of 

Albemarle, 124. 
Keswick, Amy Sophie, 104 ; William, 194. 
Keyworth, Edith, 37 ; Frances, 36, 37 ; Frances 

Wilhelmina, 36; W'illiam, 36, 37. 
Kilkelly, Jane, 57 ; John, 57. 
King, Laura, 172; Richard Henry, 172; see Croker- 

King. 
Kingscome, Admiral Sirjoiin, 209; Louisa Teresa, 209. 
Kinnaird, George, Lord, 162 ; Hon'''*^ Georgiana Mary 

Anne, 162. 
Kinsman, Andrew, 21 ; Anne Elizabeth, 21. 
Knox, Mary Georgiana, 130; Colonel Wright, 130. 
Knutsford, Margaret Jean, Viscountess, 200, 204 ; Mary, 

Viscountess, 201 ; Sir Henry Thurstan, Viscount, 200, 

204 ; Sir Sydney George, Viscount, 201 ; see Holland. 



Philip 
135 ; Don Jose Fabian, 
iSo ; John, iSo. 



Laking, Dame Beatrice Ida, 29 ; Dame Eleanor Mary, 

28 ; Dame Emma Anne, 28 ; Francis, 28 ; Sir Francis 

Henry, Bt., 28 ; Francis William, 28 ; Sir Guy Francis, 

Bt., 29; Sir Guy Francis William, Bt., 29; Joan 

Frances, 29 ; Louisa Jane, 28 ; Louisa Mary, 28 ; 

Mary, 28 ; Mary Ann, 28. 
Lamb, Hannah, 198. 
Lambert, Alexander Clendinning, 98 ; Emma Maria, 98 ; 

see Bence-l.ambert. 
Lancaster, Sir William John, 174. 
Landale, George, 152 ; Lily Vera Montague Douglas, 

152. 
Lane, Charles, 139; Henrietta Catharine, 139. 
Langford, Jii-,e|)h, 56 ; Sarah, 56. 
Lascelles, Henry Thynne, Earl of Harewood, 165 ; 

Lady Margaret Joan, 165. 
Latour, Barbara .■\nne, liS ; Louis Francis Joseph, 1 18. 
Lauderdale, James, Earl of, 129. 
Laurens, Charles, 39 ; Florence Maud, 39 ; Mary 

Elizabeth, 39. 
Law, Augusta Caroline Louisa, 143 ; lion'''' Augusta 

Champagne, 143; Jean, III; Robert, III; Susan, 

143; Hon'"''' William Towry, 143. 
Lawford, Ellen, 202 ; Laura Margaret Buchan, 2 ; Dame 

Mary, 202 ; Stephen, 2 ; Sir Wilfrid, Bt., 202. 
Lawson, Edward, 105, 119 ; Jane, I05, 119. 
Leach, Benjamin .Auber, 85 ; Emily, 85. 
Lear, George, 68 ; Mary Anne, 68. 
Le Breton, .Anna Letitia, 38; Mary Emma, 38; 

Hemery, 38. 
de Ledesma, Alfred Fabian, 

135 ; Muriel Constance, 135. 
Lee, Arthur, 180 ; Ellen Eliza, 
Lees, Elizabeth, 51; Samuel, 51. 
Leggatt, Horatio Bethune, 94 ; Lilian Laura, 94. 
Legge, Alice Mary, 40 ; Hon'''= .Arthur Charles, 40 ; 

Frances, Countess of Dartmouth, 128; Frances 

Charlotte, Countess of Dartmouth, 128; George, Earl 

of Dartmouth, 12S ; Rev. the Hon'''' Henry, 128; 

IIon'>'= Henry Charles, 156 ; William, Earl of 

Dartmouth, 128; William Waller, Earl of Dartmouth, 

128. 
Leman, James, 105 ; Robert Edward, 105 ; Rosa 

Blanche, 105. 
Le Quesne, Mary Elizabeth, 39 ; Nicholas, 39. 
Leslie-Melville, Alexander, Earl of Leven and Melville, 

164; Hon*"'" Alexander, 163; Caroline, 163; David, 

Earl of Leven and Melville, 163 ; Lady Marianne, 164. 
Lethbridge, W'illiam, 85. 
Leven and Melville, Alexander, Earl of, 164 ; David, 

Earl of, 163. 
Liddell, Ailleen Mary, 138 ; Hon'"'' Caroline Elizabeth, 

127 ; Charles, 1 38 ; Colonel the Hon'''' George 

Augustus Frederick, 129; Hon'''' Jane Elizabeth, 

124; Minnie Georgiana, 129; Hon'''' Thomas, 127; 

Thomas Henry, Lord Ravensworth, 124, 12". 
Lilywhite, Louisa, 53. 
Lindam, .Adelaide, 53 : Charles James, 53 ; Robert 

Henry, 53. 
Lindsay, Hon'''' David Alexander Edward, 150 ; Rev. 

the Honi*'' Edward Reginald, 150; James Ludovic, 

Earl of Crawford, 150; Hon'''' Mary Janet, 150; 

Hon""'' Robert Hamilton, 150. 
Lindsell, Marjorie Ellis, 209 ; Colonel Robert Frederick, 

209 ; Wilfrid Gordon, 209. 
Linton, Annie, 79 ; W. J., 79. 
Lippincott, see Cann-Lippincott. 
Listowel, William, Karl of, 193. 
Little, Ernest Knighiley, 159. 

Llewellyn, Marguerite Gl.adys, 45 ; Thomas Rice, 45. 
Lloyd, Anne, to ; Bartholomew CliflTord, 4I ; Caroline 

Alice Elizabeth, 41 ; Eliza, 50; Maria Susanna, 21 ; 

William, 21 : see Hinde. 
Lloyd-Anstruther, Georgiana Charlotte, 131 ; Hon'''' 

Georgiana Christiana, 131 ; James Hamilton, 12S, 

131 ; see .Anstruther. 



Lloyd-Verney, Catherine Morforwyn, 167 ; Desmond 
Ralph, 167; Edward Vortigern, 166; Colonel George 
Hope, 164; Gerald Harry George, 166; Harriet Julia 
Morforwyn, 164; Harry, 165; James Hope, 164; 
Lady Joan Klixabeth Mary, 165 ; Joan Vcrena, 167 ; 
Morforwyn Mary Ueveson, 167 ; Ulick Otway Vorti- 
gern, 166 ; see Verney. 

Lombe, Catherine Mary, 88 ; Rev. Henry, 88 ; Sophia, 
88. 

Longridge, Alice Mary, 204 ; Robert Begl)ie, 20-; ; 
Robert Charles, 204. 

Losh, Cecilia Isabella, 3 ; James, 3. 

Lo'.l, Caroline Vansittart, 213 ; Grace Isabella Laura, 
14S ; Harry Buckland, 213; John, 148; Kenneth 
Walter Maria, I48. 

Lo'.iis, Captain Charles Belfield, R.N. 59; Jane Frances, 
59, 61, 63 ; Jaquetie Elizabeth, 59 ; Mary, 59; Rear- 
Admiral Sir Thomas, Bt. , 59, 61, 63, 

Lousada, Francis Barrow, 91 ; Marianne Eloise, 91 ; 
Marquess de, 91. 

Lowndes, Emily Laura, 148 ; Henry Selby, 148. 

Lubbock, Maria, I ; William, I. 

Lucas, Caroline Elizabeth, 115; Charles Belgrave, 115; 
Charles Frank, 115; Rev. Gibson, 115; Mary, 14; 
Rev. Richard Gay, 115 ; Robert, 14. 

Luckie, D. Eraser, 94 ; Harriet, 94. 

Ludlow, Agnes Elizabeth, 12 ; Annette, 10 ; Anne Jane, 
10; Rev. ,\rthur Rainey, 10; Catherine .\nne, 9; 
Ebenezer, 9; Ebenezer William, 9; Harriet Mary, 11 ; 
Jane, 9 ; Rev. John Thomas, 1 1 ; Katharine Mary, 9 ; 
Katherine Dorinda, 10; Margaret Agnes, 12; Margaret 
Lloyd, 12; Mary .-^gnes, 10; Mary Jane, 9. 

Ludlow-Hewitt, Alfred Arthur Thomas, 10 ; Brigadier- 
General Edgar Kainey, 11; Edith Annie, 11; Edith 
Caroline Annette, 12; Harry Balfour Cedric, 12; 
Henry Christopher, 10; Margery, 10; Mary Dorinda 
Elizabeth, 12 : Rev. Thomas Arthur, II. 

Lutley, Emily Margaret, 171 ; Ethel Susan, 171 ; Gerald- 
ine Violet, 172 ; Gertrude Emily, 172 ; Guendolen 
Emily, 171 ; John Habington, 171 ; John Talbot, 172; 
see Barneby. 

Lyall, Rev. .Alfred, 201 ; Harry William, 201 ; Mary 
Sibylla, 201. 

Lyngcoln, Helen Matilda, 34 ; Henry Edward, 34 ; 
Matilda, 34. 

Lyon, .Vnne, 127 ; John, 127; Maria Jane Bowes, 127. 



M 



Macaula)', Hariiiah More, 200; Tliomas Babington, 
Lord, 20D ; Zachary, 200. 

McCarthy, Edward, 67 ; Harriet Maud, 67. 

McCombish, Annie Asbury, 72 ; Elsie Jessie, 72 ; Joseph 
Ranald, 72. 

McCune, .'Ufred, W. 106 ; Elizabeth Claredge, 106. 

Macdonald, Ailsa Annie Mary, 75 ; Alice Blanch, 73, 
149 ; Alexander, 193 ; Alicia, 73 ; Annie Campbell, 
73, So, 149; Annie .Margaret .-Vlicia, 76, 80; Barbara, 
74; Chesborough Claudius 73, So, 149; Chesborough 
Falconar John, 73, 149; Claude Keith, 73 ; Claudius 
.A.ugustus Kerr, 75, 149 ; Ethel, 75 ; Eugenie Annette, 
76 ; Haniish Chesborough Henry, 75 ; Henry Cragie, 
76 ; Ian, 73 ; Isabella Eliza, 193 ; Janet, 73 ; Jessie, 
75 ; Jessie Lydia, 74 ; John Kerr, 74 ; Keith Ian, 
74; Lydia, 73, 74; Margaret Falconar Govett, 75; 
Margaret Isabella, 75; Mary, 193; Mary Queenie 
Falconar, 75 ; Sheila Galbraith, 75 ; William Ion 
Falconar, 74, 149. 

MacDoiigall, .\my, 8 ; John, S. 

McGr.ady, Edith Mary, 176: Francis Lewis, 176; 
Henry, 176. 

Mackenzie, .■\lice, 184: Elizabeth, 184; Florence 
Douglas, 151 ; Colonel Henry Douglas, 151 ; James 
1S4 ; Janet. 73 : Julia Nina Sofala, 151. 

Mackiniav, Dorothy, 176; John, 176; John Alfred, 
176. 

Mackintosh, L}'dia. 74. 



Maclagan, Hon"*'' .'\ugusta Anne, 128; Charles Patrick 
Dabymple, 128 ; David, 128; Jane, 128; Sarah 
Kate, 1 28 ; Most Rev. William Dalrymple, Archbishop 
of York, 128. 

Maclean, Donald Frederick Durant, 100; J. G., 100; 
Rhoda Mary Georgina, 1 00. 

McSwiney, Ethel Maude, 106 ; Kev. John Henry 
Herbert, 106 ; William Daniel, 106. 

McTier, Anthony, 65 ; Maria, 65 ; Robert Fergusson, 

65- 

Madge, Elizabeth, 117; Helen, 117; Henry Joseph, 
117. 

Magrath, Ann, 52 ; Edith Murray, 67 ; Ellen Margaret, 
67; Lieut.- Colonel Henry Augustus, 67; Colonel 
Henry .Marsh Septimus, 67 ; Rev. James, 52. 

Mahon, Anne, 139 ; Rev. Henry, 139. 

Mainwaring, Isabella Frances Mary, 57 ; MajorGeneral 
Sweedland, 57 ; Sweedland Melvill, 57. 

Maitland, Lady Eleanor, 129; James, Earl of Lauder- 
dale, 129. 

Malcolm, Duncan Archibald, 61 ; Wilhelmine Stanley, 
61. 

Malcolmson, Adina Jane Roberts, 58; Dr., 58. 

Mallock, George Arden, 116; Grace, Ii6; John, 116; 
Mary, 59 ; Rev. Roger, 59. 

Mangles, Rev. Arthur Onslow, 142 ; Frederick, 142 ; 
Marianne, 142 ; Mary Georgina, 142. 

Mansell, Emma Anne, 2S ; Joseph, 28. 

Markham, Emma, 167 ; William, 167. 

Marsh, John, 33; Rebecca, 33; Robert, 1 13; Sarah 
Nasmyth, 113. 

Marshall, Susan Frances, 180; Thornton, 180. 

Marston, Brenda Ellen Katherine, 45 ; Charles, 44 ; 
Edith, 44 ; Elaine Keturah, 45 ; Ellen, 44 ; Ellen 
Allarton, 45 ; Frederick Milward, 45 ; Henry Clive, 
45 ; Ida Margaret, 45 ; John, 44 : John Harold, 45 ; 
John Llewellyn, 45 ; John Patrick, 45 ; Katharine 
Maud, 45 ; Louise Isabel, 44 ; .Marguerite Gladys, 45; 
Marguerite Muriel, 45; Marjorie Wheelock, 44 ; Mary, 
44 ; .Melissa Mary, 44 ; Norman, 45 ; Richard, 44 ; 
Roland, 45 ; Walter, 44. 

Martin, .\nthony, 38; iVnthony Herbert, 38; Carlotta, 
39 ; Edward, 38 ; Edward Burbery, 39 ; Edward Le 
Breton, 39 ; Eileen Le Breton, 39 ; Eleanor Mary, 
207 ; Elinor Traherne, 207 ; Florence Maud, 39 ; 
George Edward, 207 ; Gertrude Le Quesne, 39 ; 
John, 207 ; Lucy Elizabeth, 39 ; Margaret Florence, 
39 ; Maria, 38 ; Maria Henrietta, 207 ; Mary, 207 ; 
^Iary -■'inne, 207 : Mary Emma, 38 ; Mary Theodora, 
38; Owen Le Breton, 39; Penelope, 207; Richard 
Bidilulph, 207; Robert, 207; Rosamond, 39; Rosa- 
mond Le Breton, 39 ; Susannah, 38 ; Theodore, 

39- 
Martin (formerly Bhicke), Matthew, 214 ; Menan, 214. 
Martin-Holland, Christopher John, 208 ; Cyril George, 

207 ; Douglas Eric, 20S ; Edward, 207 ; Eleanor 

Mary, 207 ; Geoffrey Robert Edward, 207 ; Richard 

Thurstan, 20S ; Robert Martin, 207 : s^e Holland. 
Mason, Ernest Calver, 131 ; George Calver, 131 ; Isabel 

Maria Constance, 131 ; Laelitia Maria, 131. 
Maurice, Lieut. -Colonel James .Meredith, 132; Katherine 

Caroline, 132 ; Price, 132. 
Medley, Arthur Lionel, 54; Mary, 54; William, 54. 
Menzies, Catherine, 198; John, 19S. 
Mercer, Anne, 6; Edith, 6: George, 6. 
Merrick, ."^nne, 52 ; Annie .Sophia, 52 ; Arnold, 52. 
Miller, Rice, III. 
.Mills, Ann. 132 ; Rev. Barrington Stopford Thomas, 

132; Catherine Creigbto.i, 187; Hon"*'"-' Elizabeth 

Frances, 132; Sir Richard, 194; Susannah, 132; 

Thomas, 132 ; Rev. Thomas, 132 ; Sir Thomas, 187. 
Mihvard, Frances Grace, 41 ; George, 41. 
Mitchell, Alexander Cameron, 109. 
Moggridge, Sarah, 48. 
Monckton, Owen, 4 ; May, 4. 
Montagu, Emily Mary, 131 ; Henry, Lord Rokeby, 156; 

Jessy, 131 ; John, 131 ; Hon""'" Mary, 156. 
Montgomery, James, ^S ; Susannah, 38. 



226 



Mo.itrose, Doughis Burcsford Malise Ronald, Duke of, 
201 ; James, UuUe of, 165. 

Moor, Rev. Gerald Henry, 174. 

Moore, Henry Willougliby, 1S6 ; Isabella, 79; James, 
79 ; Mary, 186. 

Moorhouse, Alice, 96; Harry, 96. 

Morgan, Ada, 7 ; Aliired Edward, 7 ; Arlhur Edward, 
7 ; Uorotliy lidilli, 7 ; Edward John, 134 ; Maria 
Frances, 134. 

Moritz, Alfred, 66 ; Enmianuel, 66 ; Katharine Murray, 
66. 

Morri.s, Colonel .Vrlhnr, loi ; Charles Canipliell, 13; 
Kalherine Cecil Annette, 101 ; Rose Elizabeth Mar- 
garet, 13. 

Morrice, Frederick Frances James, 99. 

Morritt, Isabel Elizabeth, 124; John, 124; Mary, 124. 

Morse, Mary, 207 ; Thomas .\nbre)', 207. 

Moseley, Amabel, 10; Harriet Mar)-, 11; Rev. Henry, 
II; Henry Nnttidge, 10 ; Margery, to. 

Mourilyan, Captain Edward Mourilyan, k.N., 69 ; 
Edward Pain Mourilyan, 69 ; Mabel Lillian, 69. 

Muijro, Margaret, 6. 

Murphy, Anita Theresa, 91 ; Daniel Thomas, 91. 

Munroe, Rev. Martin Shipman, 173; Violette, 173. 

Murray, Agnes Meade, 61 ; Catherine, 65 ; Catherine 
Sophia, 65 ; Charles, 146 : Charlotte, 145 ; Charlotte 
Letitia Caroline, 145 ; Gerald (Jtway Hay, 145 ; Sir 
Herbert Harley, 145 ; James, 65 ; Sir John Digby, , 
Bt., 203 ; General Sir John Irvine, 61 ; Marion Jane, j 
203 ; Mary Helen, 146 ; VVilhelmina Stanley, 61. 1 

Mynors, see Baskerville-.Mynors. 

N 

Nalder, Howard, 7S ; Howard Frederick, 78; Mary 
Edith, 78. 

Nankivell, James, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; Mary .Stevens, 96. | 

Nash, Edward Henry, 74; Henry Fleetwood, 74; 1 
Jessie Lydia, 74. 

Naylor, John E. , 52 ; Rose, 52. 

Neale, Anne, 212; Anne Vansittart, 214: Barbara 
Vansittart, 213; Caroline Vansittart, 213; Charlotte 
Vansittart, 214 ; Constance Vansittart, 213 ; Edith 
Vansittart, 213 ; fid ward Vansittart, 212 ; Rev. ; 
Edward Vansittart, 212 ; Edward Earnest Vansittart, 
212; Eliza Vansittart, 213; Elizabeth Frances, 213; 
Dame Florence, 213 ; Frances Vansittart, 214 ; 
Frances Sarah, 212; George Kenneth, 213; Hen- 
rieUa Vansittart, 212; Sir Henry James Vansittart, 
213; Jane, 212; Laura Vansittart, 214: I'hyllis Mary, 

213- 
Neame, Ada Grace, 78; George F., 78; Laurence 

Harding, 78. 
Nenke, .Amalia Agnes, 43 ; Frederick WiUiain, 43. 
Newcontb, Rev Charles George, 46. 
Newdigate, Caroline, 132; Francs Henry, 132; Ivathc- 

rinc Caroline, 132; William Henry, 132. 
Newman, Richard Reade, 148. 
Newton, Blanche E'rances, 49; Ernest Robert, 49; 

Frank (Jraham, 167; Kathleen, 167; Mary, 49; 

Richard, 167; Theophihis, 49. 
Nicholas, Hannah, 150; Henric, 150. 
Nightingale, Florence, 162; Frances i'arthenhope, 162 ; 

William Edward, 162. 
Normanton, Caroline .Susan Augusta, Countess of, 127 ; 

James Charles Herbert VVelbore Ellis, Earl of, 127 ; 

Sydney Janies, Earl of, 127 ; Welbore Ellis, Earl of, 127. 
Norris, Antliony. 90. 
Nuding, Charles, 16.^ ; Edilli Maude, 16S ; Henry, 

168 ; Sophia, 16S. 
Nugent, .\melia. 12S. 

O 

Oakeley, Beatrice, too; Thomas, 100. 

O'Connor, Elizabeth, 1S8 ; Hugh, 188 ; J., 138 ; Jacob 

Robertson He.adlam, 138 ; Monica, 188; Sophia 

Dorothea. 13S. 



Oldfield, George William, 51 ; Henrietta, 53; Joseph, 

53 ; Josepli Ernest, 51, 52. 
Oldham, Esther, 21 ; Rev. John Roberts, 21 ; Mary, 21. 
OUivant, Dame Edith Margaret, 21; Rev. Edward, 21; 

Sir Edward Charles Kayll, 21 ; Lucy Caroline, 21 ; 

Susan Maria, 21. 
Onslow, Constantia, 5; Harriet Mary, 5; Mathewana 

Sarah, 157 ; Matthew Richard, 157 ; Yen'''"' Richard 

Francis, 5. 
Osborne, Francis Godolphin, Duke of Leeds, 129 ; 

Jeremiah, 68; Lady Mary Henrietta Juliana, 129. 
Owen, Edith Josephine, 109 ; Sir Douglas William, 77; 

George I'.rnest, 109. 
Oxendcn, Sir Henry, lit., 66. 
Oyler, I. B., 135 ; Muriel Constance, 135. 



P 

Page, Sarah, 65. 

Paget, Elizabeth Frances, 213; Isabelle Louise, 213; 
Leo Berkeley, 213; Brigadier - General Wellesley 
Lynedoch, 213. 

Palk, Constance Mary, Lady Haldon, 125; Hon'"'"' 
Lawrence Charles Walter, 125 ; Sir Lawrence Hesketh, 
Lord Haldon, 125; Robert Willmott Henry Mallet, 
125. 

Pare, J. Clement, 77; Lilla Maria, 77; William 
Lusconibe, 77. 

Parish, E'rances, i ; Rev. Henry, I. 

Parker, Annie Asbury, 72 ; Edward .Vsbury, 72 ; John, 
142. 

Parkington, Edythe Isabel, 143 ; Colonel Sir John 
Roper, 143 ; Dame Marie Louise, 143. 

Parkinson, Caroline, 14 ; Thomas, 14. 

Parry, Rev. Edward, 39 ; Lucy Elizabeth, 39. 

Pascoe, Henry, 69 ; Hilda Mary, 69. 

Pateman, [ane, 191 ; Robert, 191. 

Paterson, Alexander MacDonald, 110; Eliza Torrenza, 
no; Thomas Simpson, 1 10. 

Patten, Matilda, 34. 

Patterson, Mary .Ann Elizabeth, 117 ; Peler, 117. 

Paulet, .Adela, 157; Lady Aimabella, 160; .\ugustus 
John Henry Beaumont, Marquess of Winchester, 156; 
Lady Caroline Margaret, 157, 159; Cecil Henry, 159, 
160 ; Lady Cecilia, 160 ; Cecilia Louisa, 160 ; Rev. 
Lord Charles, 157, 159; Charles Standish, 158; 
Colonel Charles William, 159; Charlotte Josephine, 
Marchioness of Winchester, 158; Eileen Cecil Theo, 
15S; Eleanor Mary, 157: Ernest Ingoldsby, 157 ; 
Ethel E'rances, 159 ; Lieut. -General Lord Frederick, 
160; Frederick John, 160 ; George, 158 ; George, 
Marquess of Winchester, 156; .-Vdmiral Lord George, 
158; George Cecil, 159: Lady Georgina, 158; Henry 
John, 150; Henry William iVlonlagu, Marquess of 
Winchester, 15S; Lady Joan E'rederica Mathewana, 
157, 159 ; Colonel John, Marquess of Winchester, 156 ; 
John Valentine, 159; Lilian Jane Cunninghanie, 158; 
Lady Lilian Mary, 157; .Martha, Marchioness of Win- 
chester, 156 ; Mary, 159 ; Mary .Mont.agu, Marchioness 
of Winchester, 156; Pamela, 158; Richard Charles, 
158; St. John Claude, 158; Susan Amelia Georgiana 
Carr, 159: Violet Susan Mary, 159; Field- Marshal 
Lord William, 159 ; se; Burroughs-Paulel and Win- 
chester. 

Peacock, Jean, 95. 

Pearce, Ciiarles Thomas, 191 ; h'rances Mary, 191. 

Pearsall, .Mice Jane, 75 ; J., 75. 

Pearson, Henry Bradshaw, 120; Maud, 120. 

Perco, Christopher, 1S3 ; Elizabeth Sarabel, 183. 

Pelham, Hon'''" Arabella, 141 : I Ion'''" Caroline Anderson, 
137, 14S : Lady Catharine Georgina, 129; Charles, 
F;arl of Yarborough, 137 ; Charles, Lord, 142 ; 
Charles .Anderson, Lord, 137, 146: Constance Mary 
Kate, 128; Hoii^''' Maria Charlotte, 142; Mary 
Henrietta Juliana, Countess of Chichester, 129; 
Thomas, Earl of Chichester, 129 ; Hon'''" Thomas 
Hcnrv Wilham, 129. 



227 



Pennell, Jessie Clara, 211 ; Lieut. • Colonel Reginald, 
211 ; Richard Lcwin, 211. 

Pennyman, Dora Maria, 183 ; James Beauniom Worsley, 
1S3 ; James Worsley, 183 ; Mary Hilda Hurnaby, 
183. 

Peiirice, Hannah, 88, 89 ; Mary, 88 ; Thomas, 88, 
89. 

Pettener, Emmete, 30. 

Phillips, Frances Sarah, 1 15; Rev. George Newnham, 
115; Henry Wyndham, 182; Rev. John Henry, 86; 
Mary Albinia, 182; I'riscilla, 86; Susan Kalherine, 
182; Rev, William Joseph George, 115. 

Phipson, Ada Mary, 38 ; Krnesl Tliring, 38. 

Pilkington, Anne. 136 ; Uame Anne Elizabeth Anne, 
136; Sir Thom.as, Ht., 136. 

Pinder, Maria, 78 ; Richard, 78. 

Pinney, see Pretor-Pinney. 

Piper, Gertrude Ann Lancaster, 69 ; J. Herbert, 69. 

PUsket, Chailes, 78 ; Edward, 78 ; Elizabeth Henriquez, 
78 ; Thomas Henry, 78. 

Plucknett, Elizabeth, 8 ; James, 8 ; Rev. James, 8 ; 
Rev. William, 8. 

Plowes, Adelaide, 53 ; Agnes Anne, 53 ; Agnes 
Louisa, 53 ; Alexander Joseph, 51 ; ."Vngela Eliza, 
52; Angela Otetza, 51; Anne, 51, 52; .'Vnnie 
Sophia, 52 ; .\ugusta Clarence, 53 ; Barbara, 
53 ; Charles Merrick, 52 ; Edith Annie, 53 ; Eliza, 
52 ; Errol Sidney, 53 ; Florence Ethel, 53 ; 
Frederick, 51; George, 52; George .Xrnold, 52; 
Henrietta, 53 ; Herbert George Victor, 52 ; Joan, 53 ; 
John, 51 ; John Henry, 51 ; Louisa, 52, 53; Lucy, 51 ; 
Lucy Anne, 51 ; Maria, 53 ; Maria Louisa. 51 ; Mar- 
jorie, 53 ; Sidney Arnold, 53 ; William, 53 ; William 
John, 51. 

Pocklington-Senhouse, Joseph, 202 ; Mary, 202. 

i'omare, Maui William, 4 ; Millie Woodbine, 4. 

Ponieroy, Hon''^ Hilda Evelyn, 55; James Spencer, 
Viscount Harbefton, 55 ; John James, Viscount 
Harberton, 192; Hon'"''' Mary Anne, 192. 

Poole, Arthur Evered, 48 ; Elizabeth, 4S ; Rose Beatrice, 
48 ; William Robert, 48. 

Pope, Rev. Richard William Massy, 141, 

I'lirter, Cnarloite Elizabeth, 93 ; Thomas, 93. 

Portvvay, Clara, 169 ; George, 169. 

Powell, Albiiiia Muriel, 182 ; Dame Alice, 184 ; Alice 
Katharine lieatrix, 70, 185 ; Alice Mary, 180; Anieha, 
181 ; .\nnaCalh,irine, 182 ; Annie, 185 ; Colonel Ather- 
ton FoUiott, 181. 1S6; .\therton George Folliott, 185; 
Augustus Fiilli.jit, 185; Beatrix Marshall Legh, iSo; 
Catherine, 179; Cuherine Vassall, 180; Cecil Atherton 
Le;h. 180; Majui (jeneral .Sir Charles Herbert, 1S4 ; 
Charlotte Henrietta Elizabeth, 184: Constance, l8r ; 
Coiistance Mary. 1S3 ; Cottrell, iSl ; CottrellBurnaby, 
lS_>; Dorothy, 183: Dorothy Mary, 186; Douglas, 182; 
Douglas F'dllioa, 186; Eli/;abelh, 179: Elizabeth Sara- 
bol, 183; Ella. 1S4: Ella Mary Folliott, 186; Ellen 
Eliza, l3o ; Emily Alice, 181, 186; Ethel .Vnne, 184 ; 
Ethel Sylvester, 1S4; Frances, 179; Frances Anne, 
181 ; Frederica, 181 ; Ciwendoline .'Xgnes F'olliott, 1S6 ; 
Henry Folliott, iSo; Herman Trevor Folliott, 186; Irene 
Mury Anna Le,;h, iSo ; Isabella, 184; Jack .-Vtherton 
Folliott, 186; Janet Susie Legh, iSo; Jeanie, 180; 
John Cottrell, 179; Legh Folliott, 180; Legh Rich- 
mond, 180; Legh Sylvester, 184; Leila Folliott Legh, 
180 ; Louisa Burnaby, 181 ; Louisa Yeatman, 182 ; 
Maliel Unwynne Folliott, 186: Mary, 182; Mary 
Albinia, 182; Mary Euphemia Maria, iSo ; Mary 
Hilda Burnaby, 183 ; Ohffe Sylvester, 184 ; Peter 
Douglas p'olliott, 1S6 ; Rhys Campbell Folliott, 
184; Richard, 179, 181 ; Sir Richard Douglas, 
Bl., 182; Rev. Richmond, 182; Richmond Fol- 
liott, 185 ; Richmond Roscow Folliott, 1S5 ; 
Richmond Thoniton Legh, 180; Robert Legh, 
182: Rosa Elizabeth Folliott, 185; Samuel, 179; 
Lieut. -Colonel Samuel Hopper, iSl ; Rev. Samuel 
Hopper, 181 ; Sarah Katherine Unwynne, 186; Susan 
Frances, iSo; Sybil Merrick Legh, 180; Thomas 
Folliott, 181, 183, 184; Thomas Henry Woodcock, 



182; Thornton Eustace Legh, 180; Victoria, 181; 

Vivian Norman Folliott, 186; Waller Burleigh, t8o ; 

William Folliott, 1S2 ; William Walter, 183; William 

Wellington, 183. 
Power, Herbert, 149 ; Mary Phyllis, 149; Reginald, 

149. 
Powis, Edward, Earl of, 165 ; Lucy, Countess of, 165. 
Prance, Courtenay C. , 22; Courtenay Garrard, 22; 

Mary Katherine, 22. 
Pratchett, Mary, 30, 54. 

Prendergast, Emma .Maria, 98 ; Guy Lenox, 98. 
Prescott, Arabella, 18, 187 ; Barbara, 189 ; Dame 

Catherine Creighton, 187 ; Catherine Hale, 187 ; 

F'rancis Edward, 188; F'rederica Mary, 187; Sir 

George Bee.ston, Bt., 187; Mary Henrietta, 189; 

PhvUis Ruth, 189; William George, 18, 187; William 

Ralph, 189. 
Prescott-Decie, Alice Henrietta, 187 ; Arabella, 18, 187 ; 

Brigadier-General Cyril, 190 ; Edward, 190 ; Harriet, 

5; Harriett, 5, 187; Margaret Elizabeth, 190; Norah, 

189; Rachel, 190; Colonel Richard, 5, 18, 187; 

Ruth, 18, i8g ; Timothy, 190 ; Rev. William, 18, 190; 

see Decie and Deasy. 
Preston, Francis William, 20g. 
Pretor-Pinney, Frederick Wake, 146 ; Hester Lucy, 

146 ; Lucy, 146. 
Price, Anne, 16, 127 ; Barrington, 127 ; John Henry, 

16; Thomas, 124; j« Green-Price. 
Prowett, Rev. Charles, 93 ; Charlotte, 93 ; Emma 

Maria, 93. 
Pybus, Catherine Amelia, 199 ; John, 199. 



Rabett, Caroline Henrietta, 13S ; Turnour, 138. 

Rackham, Willoughby Breare .Still, 137. 

Raffington, Eleanor, 184 ; Thomas, 1S4. 

Rainey, Ann, 9 ; Arthur, 9 ; Jane, 9. 

Ramsden, Lady Annabella, 160 ; Caroline Margaret, 

157, 159; Charles, 160; Sir John, Bt., 157, 159, 160; 

Dame Louisa Susan, 157, 160; Rear-Admiral Willi.am, 

160. 
Randall, Hannah, I ; John, i. 
Rashdall, Charles Saville, 3 ; Mary Anne, 3 ; Robert, 

3 ; Rev. Robert, 3. 
Ravensworth, Thomas Henry, Lord, 124, 127. 
Rawles, Alfred, 69 ; Cjerirude Ann Lancaster, 69. 
Rawlinson, Charlotte Maria, 85 ; John Juland, 85. 
Reade, F>ances, 189 ; R., 189. 
Reece, Caroline, 84 ; Joseph Frederick, 84 ; Richard 

Marsden, 84. 
Reeve, Richard Henry, 97. 
Reeves, Mary, 161 ; Thomas, 161. 
Renny, William, i8. 
Reynardson, Aubrey Henry Birch, 211. 
Rhodes, Charles Henry, 20. 
Richards, Alice, 96 ; Annie, 96; Bessie, 96 ; Elizabeth, 

96: Enielyn Mary, 193; Emily Maude, 96; H,arry, 

96; Joseph, 96: His Honour J. JL, 193; Louisa 

Annie, 96 ; Mary, 96 ; Mary .Stevens, 96 ; Whitmore 

Lionel, 193 ; William Thomas, 96. 
Richardson, Charles .Mervin, I to; May, 107. 
Richmond, Catherine, 179; Frances, 179 : Henry, 179. 
Riding, Bessie, 50 ; Eliza, 50 ; George, 50. 
Ridley, Henrietta Elizabeth, 212; Sir Matthew White, 

Bt.', 212. 
Ritchie, Alice Jane, 75 ; Archibald Thomas Ayres, 75 ; 

.Mary <,)ueenie Falconar, 75 : Thom.as, 75. 
Robarts, .'Vbraham George, 131; Abraham John, 134 ; 

HoniJi' Edith, 131 ; Elizabeth Sarah, 131. 
Roberts, .\nna Caroline, 20S ; Charles, 208 ; Charles 

Gay, 208 ; Christine, 77 ; David, 77 ; John, 66 ; 

Sarah, 66. 
Robinson, Charles Sidney, 177 ; Compton James, 177 ; 

Dorothy Alice, 37 ; Marjorie, 177 ; Ralph, 37 ; 

William, 37. 
Rogers, John Jope, 21. 



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KdIkIc, Major, 10 ; Sarah Mary, lo. 

Rcikeby, Henry, Lord, 156. 

Ross, CliarK's Edmund, 9S, 99 ; Lt-ila Kniily Katharine 

Starkie, 99; W. 11. Drunimond, 99. 
Rouse, IClizaheth Mary, 12; Kzekiel, 12; Ezekiel 

Alhanasius, 12; Marf;arL-l l.Ioyd, 12. 
Rowland, Annie, 96 ; William, 96. 
Rowley, .Alice .\Iary Arabella, 14^ : .\dutiral Charles 

John, 145, 14S ; Juli.i Elizabetli, 145; Captain 

Richard Freeman, K.N.. 145. 
Roxborough, Ann, 9. 
Kushout, .Sir Charles Hamilton, Bl., 148. 
Russell, Lieut. -Colonel .\ndrew Hamilton, 2; Charlotte 

Leonora, 207; Eliza .Ann, 2; John, 1 16 ; Lucy, 2; 

Lieut. -(."olonel Sir Kob^'rt, Bt., 207 ; ict Fox-Russell. 
Ryan, Sir Edward, 210; Fr.tncs .Margaret, 210; 

Colonel William Cavendish Uentinck, 210. 
Ryder, John Herbert Dudley, Earl of Harrowby, 87 ; 

Mabel Danvors, Countess of Harrowby, 87. 
Rye, Elinor, 138 ; Mary .Anne S iphia, 140 ; Rear- 

Admiral I'eter, 138, 140. 



St. John, Fleming, 8 ; Frances, 8 ; Rev. John Francis 

Seymour Fleming, 8 ; .Mary, 8. 
St. John Bletsoe, Sir Beauchamp Moubray, Lord, 171 ; 

Helen Charlotte, Lady, 171 ; Henry Beauchamp Oliver, 

Loril, 171 ; Ethel Susan, Lady, 171. 
Saker, Kate Alice, no. 
Salmon, Ellin, 163; Lieut.- Colonel William Henry, 

163 ; William I'ercival, 163. 
Salmond, James, 134; Marianne Emma, 134. 
Salvin, Anna Maria, 92 ; Caroline, 91, 92 ; Louisa, 91 ; 

Marmaduke Charles, 91, 92 ; William Thomas, 91. 
Sambrooke, Thomas (lodfrey. 84, 
Sainpey, Uorothy, H ; Robert, 33. 
Samson, .Alice Mary, 40 ; Kev. Edward, 40 ; Mary 

Alice, 40. 
Sanday, j\nnie Ci., no; (jeorge Percy Stock, 110; 

Harriet, no; Samuel, no. 
Sanders, Charles, in; Eva Mary, III. 
Sandford-Thomson, Alice .Mary, 7 ; William Jame;, 7. 
Sandys, Augustus I'Vederick .Artiiur, Lortl, 159. 
Sant, .Ada Grace, 78 ; .Annie, 79; .Annie Margaret 

.Alicia, 76, 80; Catherine, 79; IJoris, 80; Edward, 

80 ; F^liza, 76, 77 ; Elizabeth Henriquez, 78 ; Fanny 

Harriet, 80 ; George, 79 ; George Harris, 79 ; George 

Lewis, 80 ; Gwendoline, 80 ; Hilda Julia Frances, 80 ; 

Irene, 80 ; Isabella, 79 ; Ivor, 80 ; James, 76, 77 ; 

James William, 79; Julia Clementina, 80; Lilla 

Maria, 77; .Mabel, 79;" Maria, 78: Mary Edith, 78; 

Mowt)ray Lees, 76, 80 ; Sarah ^^lnny Constance, 

79; Sarah Sherwood, 77, 80; William, 77 ; William 

Eloin, 79. 
Sarawak, kaja Muda of, 133. 
Sargent, John, 96 ; Mary, 90. 
•Sartoris. .Alfred Urban, 127 ; Francis Charles, 127 ; 

llon'''"^ Mary Frances, 127 ; Urban, 127. 
Saunilers, C, 56 ; Esther. 21 ; Minnie, 56 ; Roliert, 21 ; 

Rosabel, 56: Henry Wilson Demain, 56. 
Say, Ellen Hannah, 107: Hilda Lilian, 107; Richard 

H.all, 107. 
Scallon, General Sir Robert Irvin, 70. 
Scbomberg, .Admiral .Alexamler Wilmot, 40 ; Rear- 

.Admiral .Anson, 41 ; Caroline Alice Elizabeth, 41 ; 

Catharine .Anna, 40 ; Rev. ICdward St. (ieorge, 40 ; 

Harold St. George, 41; Kear-Adniiral Ilerliert, 40; 

Lieut. -General Herbert St. George, 40; Captain Isaac, 

R.N., 40; Madeline Grace, 41; .Mary, 41; .Mary 

-Alice, 40 ; Sarah, 40 ; Sarah Catherine Blanche, 41 ; 

Sophie Elizabeth, 40; Stepney, 41. 
Schuyler, Rev. Dr., 44. 

Scott, Elizabeth, 20 ; James Woodward, 20. 
Selby, Dorothie, 104 ; Frances, 90 ; Mary .Aime, 90 ; 

Nicholas Tuite, 90. 
Sellon, see (Tore-.Sellon. 



.Senhouse, Sit^ I'ocklington-Senhouse. 

Sercombe, Edwin, 86 ; Emma .Sophia, 86 ; John 
Clampit, 84, 86 ; Louisa, 84 ; Rupert Clampit, 84. 

Sergeaunl, John Barneby, 99. 

Sewell, Charles, 114. 

Seymour, Helen, 86,97, '03 ! Hon'''« Helen, 86; Rev. 
Ileniy, 86; Henry .Sydney, 86; Susanna Biscoe, 86 ; 
William, 97, 103. 

Shackle, John Baptist, 54 ; Mary, 54. 

Sharp, Catherine, 1 78 ; William I'rior, 178. 

Shaw, George, 47; Harriet, 5, 187 ; Kiciiard Alexander, 
S, 1S7 ; Sir Robert Alexander, Bt., 187; ste 
Butterworth-Shaw. 

Shearer, Bettesworth I'itl, 18; Eliz.al«;th Mary, 18. 

.Shedden, .Alice Katharine Beatrix, 185 ; .Alice Sarah, 
185 ; George, 185. 

Shepherd, sec Ingram-Shepherd. 

Sherretl, Heni, 4 ; Randall, 4. 

Shore, see Nightingale. 

.Shrewsbury, Henry John, Earl of, 171. 

Shuter, -Albert .Arthur, 53 ; Edith .Anne, 53 ; John 
David, 53 : Louisa, 53. 

.Sidebniiom, .\nne, 7 ; Charles John, 6; Rev. Frederick 
Radclyde, 7 ; Rev. Ilenrv Francis, 7 ; Mary Abigail, 
6 ; Radclylle, 6, 7. 

.Sikes, Jane, 20 ; Thomas, 20. 

Sillifani, Rev. Charles William, 62; Georgiana Caroline, 
62 ; Mabel, 62. 

Silvester. .A. Sims, 143 ; Marie Louise, 143. 

Skepper, Jane, 34 ; (Jriginal, 34. 

Sniallwood, Joseph, 55 ; Mary, 55. 

Smith, Abel, 146, 164; Rev. .Albert, 167; Anna 
.Augusta, 84; lion'''" Beatrice Danvers, 86; Caro- 
line, 84: Catherine .Amelia, 199 ; Charles Irving, 
75 ; Catherine Morforwyn, 167 ; Daniel, 184 ; 
Hon'''= David John, 87 ; Dorothie, 104 ; IIon'''» 
Edith Mabell Emily, 87 ; Edwin I'hilip, 167 ; Eliza 
Torrenza, 109; Elizabeth, loo, 184; Elizabeth 
Frances, 164; Emily, 200, 202; Emily, Viscountess 
Hambleden, 85 ; Hon'''<=Emdy .Anna, 85 ; Emma, 167; 
Emma Sophia, 86 ; E.sther Caroline Georgiana, Vis- 
cnan'.ess Hambleden, 87 ; Frances .\nne, 164 ; Hon'"'* 
Helen, 86; Henry W'alton, 87 ; Isabel, 204; James, 
13 ; Hon"^''" James Frederick .Arthur, 87 ; James Selby, 
104; John, 100; Lawdey Taverner, 44 ; Louisa, 84; 
Lucy, 42, 146; Hon'''° Mabel Danvers, 87 ; Margaret 
Alice, 204 ; Hon'*' .Margaret Esther Lucie , 87 ; .Mar- 
garet Isabella, 75 ; .Marianne, 13 ; LadyMarianne, 164; 
Mary .Anne, 84 ; Major-General Pliilip, 165; I'riscilla, 
86; Reginald Abel, 204; Robert, 164, 204; Robert, 
Lord Carrington, 164: Saba. 199: .Samuel, 164; 
Rev. Sydney, 199, 200, 202 ; William Frederick 
Danvers, Viscount Hambleden, 87 ; William Henry, 
84, 85 ; Ht)n''''= William Henry, 87 ; see Hambleden. 

Smyth, Elizabeth Sarah, 134: Jolin Henry, 134. 

Smythe, .Abig.ail Elizabeth, 22; .\nna Elizal)eth, 22; 
.Arthur, 22. 

Snagge, Eleanor Nina, 134: Dame Maria Frances, 134; 
His Honour .Sir Thomas Willi.un, 134. 

.Snaith, Jane 20 ; Westgarlh. 20. 

Sneap, Margaret Eliza, 34 ; Mary, 34 ; Stephen, 

34- 
Snodgrass, Janet Marian, 149: Hon'''" Peter, 149. 
Souter, Harriette (Jeorgina, 164; Willi.un, I0.|. 
South, Gertrude, 70, 74 ; John, 70, 74. 
Southesk, James, Earl of, 166. 
Southwell, Lieut. -Colonel .Arthur Francis, 133 ; Jane 

Matilda. 1 33. 
Soutter, Henry Oldham, 130. 
.Sparrow, see Bence. 

Spooner, Anne, 212 : Barbara, 212 ; Lsaac, 212. 
Stable, Daniel Wintringham, 1 75. 
Siandish, Susan Amelia Cleorgiana, 159: William 

Standish, 159. 
Stanfell, Captain Francis, K.N., 179; Harriet, 179. 
Stanley, Alice Elizabeth, 13 ; Edward (ieofl'rey. Earl of 

Derby, 191 ; Lady Emma Charlotte, 191 ; Rev. the 

Hon'"''' George GustavusChetHyn<l. 191. 



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Stanscomb, Frances Grace, 41 ; Madeline Grace, 41 ; 

Williaii), 41, 
Starkie, Catharine, 97 ; Eliziibelh Susanna, 97 ; Nicholas, 

97- 
Stent, Rev. Henry, 12. 

Stephenson, Klizitbeth Ann, 176; Ellen, 176 ; Frank, 

176 ; Thomas, 176. 
Slepncy, Catharine Anna, 40 ; Stepney Rawson, 40. 
Steuarl, Margaret, 65. 
Stevenson, Elizabeth, 198; William, igS. 
Steward, Agnes Helen, 102; Herbert Arthur, 102; 

Herbert f., 102. 
Stewart, Caroline Henrietta, 13S ; Charles, 138 ; 

Gabrielle Cailotta, 132 ; Henry William Seymour, 

138 ; James Malcolm, 129; John Hardie, 132 ; Nettie 

Malcolm, 129 ; William, 132. 
Slewart-Jones, E., 209 ; Eva Joan, 209'; Thorold Arthur, 

209. 
Stirling, Charles, 63 ; Emily Rose, 63. 
Slock, Annie G., no;Jolin, no. 
Stone, Louisa Yeatman, 183 ; Rev. William, 1S3. 
Stonestreel, George Griffin, 100, 102 ; Mary, too, 102. 
Stonhouse, Rev. .Sir James, Bt. , 212; Sarah, 212. 
Stonor, Charles Joseph, 92 ; Florence Mary, 92 ; Mary 

Maude, 92 : Oswald Francis Gerald, 92. 
Stopford, Caroline Mary, 133 ; Charlotte Mary Leycester, 

133 ; George Montagu, 133. 
Storey, Charlotte Mary, 175; Henry, 175. 
Stracey, Constance Adelaide, 136; .Sir Henrv Josias, Bt. , 

136. 
Stralhmore and Kinghorn, Charlotte Maria, Countess of, 

126; Thomas George, Earl of, 126. 
Stratton, Albinia Maria Starkie, 98 ; Catherine Parry 

Weston, gS ; Harriet Vittoria, 172; John, 172; 

Colonel John Heathfield, 98; William, 98. 
Strettel, Rev. Alfred Baker, 214; Laura Vansittart, 214. 
Strode, Caroline Eliza Cecil, 142, 148; Colonel Charles, 

142, 148. 
Strugnell, Catherine Frances, 42 ; Richard Bazil, 42. 
Sludd, Dorothy, 183 ; Brigadier-General Herbert 

William, 183. 
Such, Ann, 174; James, 174. 
Sufiield, Edward, Lord, 136. 

Sulivan, Eliza Charlotte Albinia, 98; George James, 98. 
Sullivan, Rev. Kilmer, 99. 
Sutherland, Alicia, 75 ; Constance, 6 ; Rev. David, 75 ; 

Elizabeth, 6: Francis, 6; |ohn Campbell, 6; Margaret, 

6. 
Suttor, Hon'''" John Bligh, 151 ; Julia Nina Sofala, 151. 
Swinton, Anne, 198; Mary, 17; Peter, 198; Thomas, 17. 
Swire. Isaljelle Louise, 213 ; W IL, 213. 
Sykes, Jane Marianne, 137, 146 ; Rev. Richard, 137, 

146. 



Talbot, Cecil Emma, 191 ; Cecil Mary, 191 ; Charles 
Chetwynd, Earl, 12S ; Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart, 
Bishop of Winchester, 191 ; Lady Emma Charlotte, 
191 ; Emily Margaret, 171 ; Hon"'' Emily Sarah, 
171 ; Hon'''" George Gustavus, 171 ; Henry John, 
Earl of Talbot and Shrewsbury, 171 ; Rt. Rev. 
Neville Stuart, Bishop of Pretoria, 191 ; Colonel the 
Hon'''"-' Sir Wellington Patrick Manvers, 191. 

Talboys, Elizabeth, 42; Henriella Cowlev, 42 ; Thomas, 
42.' 

Tatham, H., 7; Lettice, 7. 

Taw.se, Ann Sher.son, 148; John, 14S. 

Taylor, Agnes, 72 ; Elizabeth ]''ranccs, 99 ; Frederick 
(ieorge, 70; Rev, John, 72; Margaretta Hunter, 70; 
Robert Cuninghanie, 99 ; William Tydd, 70. 

Teesdale, Arthur Charles, 1 19; Barbara, u8, 120; 
Barbara Anne, IlS ; Bessie, 119; Betty, 120; Charles 
107, 119; Rev. Charles Baker, 106, 107, 118; Chris- 
topher, 106, 118; Christopher Hugh, 119; Rev. 
Edward James, 120; Elizabeth, 106, 118, 120; Emily, 
118; Ethel, 119; Evelyn, 119; Fanny Marion, 107, 



119; George, 120; Isabella, 118; Mary Dorothea, 120; 
Maud, 120; Maud Emily, 120 ; Philip Herbert, 119; 
Stella Beth, 119; Stella Evelyn, 119; Tressie Evalena, 
119. 
de Tejada, Lucila Calista, 188 ; Don Pablo Lariosy 

Herreros, 188. 
Tennant, Maria Charlotte, 142 ; Mary Henrietta, 142, 

148; William, 142, 14S. 
Tennyson, Alfred, Lord, 141 ; Catherine, 141 ; Charlotte 
Maria, 141; Rev. George Clayton, 141; Horatio, 141. 
Thomas, Catherine, 79 ; Rev. Edward, 79 ; Eliza 

Porter, 93 ; Lynch, 93. 
Thompson, Caroline Eliza Cecil, 142 ; Selh, 142; sic 

Sandford -Thompson. 
Thomson, Eliza, 76, 77 ; Richard Mowbray Martin, 76,77. 
Thornbury, Alice, 116; Alice Maud, 116; Bessie, 116; 
Brian, 117; Bruce, 117; Charles, 117; Clara, 117; 
Edward Barton, II7; Edward Stanley, 117; Ellen 
Margaret, 1 17; Eihel Maria, 116; Frank, 117; Fre- 
derick, 117; Gladys Lene, 1 17; Grace, 116; Helen, 
117; Jane, l'6; Louisa Jane, 116; Louisa Kate, I17; 
Mary, 116, 117; Mary Ann Elizabeth, 117; Matilda, 
116; Muriel Ruby, 117; Rev. Nathaniel, 116; Colonel 
Nathaniel Henry, 116; Pauline, 117; Pauline Bertha, 
117; William Henry, 116. 
Thorne Adela, 157; Frederic La Coque, 157. 
Thornton, Harry, 171 ; Helen Charlotte, 171 ; Henry 

Sykes, 137. 
Thorold, .Arthur Barrlngton, 86. 
Tilleard, Thomas, 137. 

Tilson, Colonel Henry, 194 ; ^L^ria Susan, 194. 
Tollemache, Lady Jane, 93 ; Lionel, Earl of Dysart, 93. 
Totson, Constance, 181. 
Townley, Maximilian Gowran, 171. 
de Traftbrd, Lady Agnes Mary Pia, 91 ; Charies Edmund, 

91; Clare Mary Annette, 91, 
Treanor, Daisy Sillitoe, III ; Rev. Thomas Stanley, ill. 
Trevelyan, Sir Charles Edward, Bt., 200, 204; Hannah 
More, 200 ; Margaret Jean, 200, 204 ; Rev. William, 
200. 
Tritton, Rev. Robert, 86 ; Susannah Biscoe, 86. 
Trower, Ada Jane, 105 ; Agnes Graham, 106 ; Agnes 
Helen, 102; Albyn Kemble, 107 ; Alfred, 104; Alfred 
Bence, 103; Arthur, 107; Rev. Arthur, 105, 119; 
Arthur Seymour, 106 ; Augusta, 102, 104 ; Beatrice, 
100 ; Beatrice Edith Agatha, loi ; Beatrice Muriel, 
100; Charles, loi, 102; Charlotte, loi, 106; Corn- 
wallis Jasper, 101 ; Rev. Cuthbert Fctherslon, 101 ; 
Cyril, 107 ; Cyril Arthur Ames, 107 ; Cyril Melville, 
108 ; Daisy, 106 ; Dorothie, 104 ; Edith Frances 
Kemble, 106 ; Edith Maud, 108 ; Edith Muriel, 104 ; 
Edmund Kemble, 106; Edward, 101, 106; Edward 
Bence, 104 ; Edward Lawford, 105 ; Elizabeth, 100, 
104, 106, 118; Emily, 106; Elizabeth Claredge, 
106 ; Elizabeth Violet Mabel, 104; Emily Henrietta, 
105: Emma, 104 ; Eric Lawford, 106; Eric -Mel- 
ville, 108 ; Eric Percy, 108 ; Ernest, 104 ; Ernest 
Guy Bence, 104; Ethel Maude, loO ; Evelyn, 108; 
Evelyn Mary, 106; F'anny Marion, 107, 119; Flo- 
rence Helen, 105 ; Florence Henrietta, 105 ; Frances 
Amelia Jessie, 100; Frederick, 102; George, 100, 
102, 105, 118; George Oakely, 100; George Stone- 
street, 100; Geoffrey Say, 107; Rt. Rev. (Jerard, 108; 
Harold Melville, 108 ; Helen, 97, 103 ; Helen Edith, 
104; Henry, 97, 103; Henry Arthur Bence, 104; 
Henry Percy Bence, 102 ; Henry Seymour, 103 ; Her- 
bert Arthur, 106; Hilda Lilian, 107; Horace, 105, 
108 ; Hugh Charles, 107 ; Hugh Martin, 107 ; Isa- 
bella, too, 102, 118; Jane, 105, 119; Jasper, loi, 102; 
Juliet Rosetta, 103 ; Katherine Cecil Annette, lOI ; 
Kathleen Victoria, 107 ; Lionel George (Jakley, lOI ; 
■Margaret Parry, loS ; Mary, too, 102 ; .Mary Anne, 
102; May, 107; Muriel .Melville, 108; Reginald 
Graham, 106 ; Rhoda Mary Georgina, 100 ; Richard 
Alexander Bence, 104 ; Rosa Blanche, 105 ; Ruth 
Madeline, 107; Sarah Percival, 102; Susan, 104; 
Stephen Herbert Gerard, 107 ; Sydney, loi ; Thomas, 
100 ; Ursula Beatrice, 107. 



230 



Tucker, Alfred |ame5, 17S; Uertlui, 17S) Elsie Florence, 
150; J. Partridge, 150. 

Tuckwell, Charles, 145; Ellen Emma, 145. 

Tufiiell, Eliziibeth Anne, 136; William, 136. 

Tulloth, Sir Alexander Buice, 55; Dame Constance 
Marion, 55. 

Turner, Allen, 72 ; Allen George Thornton, 72 ; Rosa- 
mund Murray, 72; Sarah 149. 

Tumor, Edmund, 164; Eli.«bet!i i''rances, 165. 

Turton, Augusta Clarence, 53 ; Edward, 34 ; Jabcz, 53 ; 
Mary, 34; Susanne, 53. 



Valentine, Alastair, 177; Catherine Hone, 1-77; Dorotliy, 
177 ; William Dobson, 177. 

Vanier, Clarrisse Marie Gabriellle, 130; George, 130. 

Vansittart, George, 212; Sarah. 212; see Neale. 

Vassall, Eli,;ab,3tn, 124; Kloiciilius, 124. 

Venncr, Caroline Eliza Cecil, 142; Leonard Sidebotlom, 
142. 

de Vere, Francis Horatio, 190; Margaret Elizabeth, I'lO. 

Verney, Catherine Eliza, l6l ; David, 166 ; Captain Sir 
Edmund Hope, Bt., R.N., 162; Uame Elizii. 162; 
Ellin, 163 ; Emily, 165 ; Dame Frances Parthenope, 
162; Frederick William, 165; Georgiana, 163 ; Gwen- 
dolen, 167 ; Harry Calvert, 163 ; Sir Harry, Bt., 162 ; 
Sir Harry Calvert Williams, Bt., 160; Hugh Alexan- 
der, 167; Janette Cbeveria Hamilton, 166; John, 166; 
Joscelyne, i55 ; Kathleen, 1G7 ; Lettice Sarah, 164; 
Dame Margaret Maria, 162; Marjorie, 166: Mary 
Rachel, 167 ; Maude Sarah, 165 ; Lady Rachel Cathe- 
rine, 166 ; Ralph, 166 ; Ralph Bruce, 166 ; Uuih 
Florence, 165 ; Stephen Edmund, 167 ; see Lloyd- 
Verney. 

Vertue, Charles Brooke, 106: Evelyn Mary, 106. 

Vetch, Edith Mary. 66 ; Colonel Robert Hamilton, 66. 

Vincent, Arthur, 41 ; Mary, 41. 

Vivian, Alfred Haughton, 42; Bessie, 42; Charlotte. 42. 



W 

Waiiiwright, Elizabeth, 179; Harriet, 179 ; Harriet 
Forbes. 179: John, 179; Captain John, R.N., 179. 

Waiie, Hannah, 80. 

Wakefield, Alice Mary, 31, 56; Angela, 31, 56: Daniel 
Bell, 31, 56; Edward, 56; Edward Gibbon, 56; Fainiy 
.Mison, 201 ; John, 201 ; Selina IClizabeth, 56. 

Wakeman, .'Mice Ethel, 17S; Charles, 178; Martha, 178. 

Walker, .Alice, 204 ; Arthur William, 52 ; Gilbert, 204 ; 
Janete Cheveria Hamilton, 166; Hon''''= John, 73, 
149; Hon"'-' J. T., 166; Mary, 73, 149. 

Wallis, James, 9 ; Kaliiarine Mary, 9 ; Louisa Frances, 

13- 
Walmesley, [•ranees, 90; Thomas, 90. 
Walne, Daniel, I ; Hannah, I ; Sarah, I. 
Walpole, Dame Marion Jane, 203 ; Maud Constance, 

203 ; Sir Spencer, 203. 
Walton, Wdliam Henry, 171. 
Warl)urton, Elizalieth Frances, 99 ; George Alexander, | 

99- ! 

Ward, Alice Geraldine, 139; Anna Maria, 115; Hon'''' 

.Aime, 139; David James, 115; Elizabeth Maria, 115; 

Rev. the Hon''"' Henry, 139; Rev. James, 115. 
Warman, Elizabeth, 42; Robert Mabkel)'ne, 42. 
Wasey, Eliza Mima, 173; Rev. John Spearman, 173. 
Watkins, Blanche Frances, 49: Elizabeth Vertue, 49; 

Joseph Evans, 49; Joseph Henry, 49. 
Watson", Agnes, 72; Alan Septimus, III ; Amelia Rose, 

no; AniyMatilda, 112; Annie, 1S5 ; Annie IJorothy, 

112; Catherine Vaddie, no; Charles Sinclair, n2 ; 

Claire, n2; Cyril Eric, 109; Daisy Sillitoe, ni; 

Dora, 109; Edith Josephine, 109 ; Edith Torrenza, t 

112; Filiza Catherine, ni ; tiliza Torrenza, 109, no ; 

Ellen Maria, 109; Eric F.dmund, 109; Eva Mary, ni ; 

I'rederick F.lwin, 72 ; Geoffrey, III: Ger^rgc Henry, 



III; Grace Mary, in ; Harriet, no; Henry Sinclair, 

n2 ; Hugh, 185; Hugh Sextus, ni; Is;ibclle, 71 ; 

Jane Stock, no; Jean, in ; John, 72, 109, no; Kate 

Alice, no; Kenneth, no; Maria, no; Marianne, 185; 

Mary, 109; Michael Bower, 112; Mildred, no; 

Monica Constance, in ; Nancy, in ; Norman, in ; 

Ronald Sinclair, in ; Rosamund Murray, 72; Stephen, 

109, in ; Stephen Bakewell. 109; Stephen Everest, 

109; Stephen Leonard, 112; Susannah Elizabeth, 112; 

W., 71; William, no; William Ernest, ni. 
Watts, (ohn Henry, 115. 
Wcall, "H. G., 152. 
Weatherall, Edward Burgess, 104 ; Elizabeth Violet 

Mabel, 104. 
Webb, Mary, 116; N.athaniel, no. 
^Velchman, Elizabeth, 13; Robert, 13. 
Weld, Edward Joseph, 91 ; Ellen Caroline, 91 ; I'lorence 

Mary, 91. 
Wellesley, Lady Eva Cecilia Margaret, 157 ; William 

Henry, Earl Cowley, 157. 
Wells, .-\., 95; Edward Poulton, 95; Henrietta Augusta, 

.95- 
Welmaii, Ch.ules Noel, 92; Mary Maude, 92. 
Wemyss, see ICrskine-Wemyss. 
Wescombe, Anna, 48; John, 48; Sarah Anne, 48. 
West, Sir Algernon Edward, 127 ; Catheiina, 141 ; Rev. 

Charles Atkinson, 140 ; Eleanor Sophia, 140 ; Rev. 

John, 140, 141; J. B., 176; Lady Maria, 127; Marion 

Frances, 176; Martin John, 127; Mary, 127. 
Western, Edward Young, 165. 
Weston, Anna Maria, 92; John Webbe, 92. 
Wharrie, Eliza, 174; Mary Woodgate, 174; Thomas, 

174; Rev. Thomas Smith, 174. 
Wharton, Lucy Georgina, 211 ; His Honour Robert, 2n ; 

Rear- Admiral Sir William James Lloyd, 211. 
Whipp, John, 52; Louisa, 52; Mary Ann, 52. 
Whitaker, Jeremiah, 198; .^Lary, 19S. 
White, Dora, 109; lulmund Lusconib, 109; Elizabeth, 

51 ; Grace Eleanor, 78; .John, 78, 180; John Peter, 51 ; 

Lucy Ann, 51 ; Mary, 44; Mary F.uphemia Maria, 180; 

Thomas, 44. 
Wliitecburch, Annie, 136. 
Whiteside, Jane, 128; Philip, 128. 
Whiimore, Harriet, 205, 2o5; Willi.im, 205, 206. 
Whitney, Elizabeth, 51 ; .Samuel, 51. 
Wiggins, George, 21. 
Wightwick, .Alice .Mabel, 194 ; Edward .Arthur, 194 ; 

Rev. Henry, 194. 
Wigraui, Margaret Esther, 192; Hon'''"' Mary .Ann, 192; 

Rev. Spencer, 192; William Knox, 192. 
Wilde, Martin Middleton, 112. 
Wilder, Elizabeth Phillips, 113; Lieut. -t!eneral Sir 

l-'rancis, 113. 
Wilkie, Rev. James, 75; Jessie, 75. 
Wilkin, Henry, 56. 
Wilkinson, Rev. Henry Watts, 202; I,ouisa Jane, 28; 

Margaretta Elizabeth Jones, 202; Thomas, 28. 
Willets, .Anne, 198,205; Mary. 19S; Rev. William, 198, 

205. 
Williams, .A. A., 60; Alan, 15; Benjamin, 46 ; Betty, 

60; Charles, 131; Edith, 43; Edward Francis, 43; 

Edward Jones, 43 ; Eva .Amy, 209 ; Captain George 

Bell, R.N., 209; Harriet Rose, 15; John, 20; Lsctitia 

Maria, 131 ; Louisa Teresa, 209; .Mary, 20; Mary 

Anne, 46; Robert, 161 ; Sophia, 161. 
Williams-Hay, Sir John Hay, Bt., 162, 165; .Margaret 

Maria, 162 ; Maude .Sarali, it,5 ; Lady Sarah Elizabeth, 

162, 165. 
Williamson, }. Clarke, 180; leanie, 180; Loui.sa Nora, 

23 ; William, 23. 
Willis, Dorothy, 35; Jane, 116; Rosa i;iiz;d>eth Folliolt, 

185 ; William .A., 185 ; William Arthur, 35 ; William 

Wynch George Back, 185. 
Wilson, .Anne, 52; Captaiti, 52; Emilie Isabel, 129 ; 

James, 129; John Shine, 95 ; Lucy, 146; Mary Jane 

Bourne, 95. 
Wilton, Rev. Charles Henry Jones, 20; Elizabeth, 20; 

Harriet, 20; Henry Hooper. 20. 



Winchester, Anne, Marchioness of, 156; Augustus John 
Henry Beaumont, Marquess of, 156; Charles Ingolds- 
by, Marquess of, 156; Charlotte Josephine, Marchioness 
of, 15S ; Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, Bishop of, 
191; George, Marquess of, 156; Henry William Mon- 
tagu, Marquess of, 158 j Colonel John, Marquess of, 
156; Martha, Marchioness of, 156; Mary Montagu, 
Marchioness of, 156 ; iee I'aulet. 

Winfield, Elizabeth, 120; William, 120. 

Winzor, Mary 49. 

Wise, Edith, 32; Rev. W'illiam John, 32. 

Withani, Dorothy, 91; Louisa, 91 ; Philip, 91. 

Wolfe, Frederick, 156. 

Wolseley, Algernon Henry Joseph, 92 ; Alice Hamilton, 

93 ; Dame Anita Theresa, 91 ; Dame Anne, 90 ; 
Caroline, 92; Catharine Norval Magdalene Dysart, 95; 
Cecilia Lewis Pauline, 94 : Cecilia Lucy Cavendish, 
94 ; Charles, 90 ; Sir Charles, Bt. , 90, 93 ; Charles 
Bertie, 95 ; Cliarles Edward, 92; Charles Joseph, 92 ; 
Sir Charles Michael, Bt., 91; Charlotte, 93 ; Dame 
Charlotte Barbara, 90; Charlotte Elizabeth, 93; Clare 
Mary Annette, 91 ; Dorothy, 91 ; P^dric Charles Joseph, 
91 ; Edward, 91 ; Edward Joseph, 92 ; Edward Tal- 
bot, 91; Eliza Earle, 93 ; Eliza Jane, 95; Eliza Porter, 
93 ; Ellen Graham, 93 ; Emily Bertie, 93 ; Evelyn 
Mary, 91 ; Fanny Carlyon, 93 ; Florence Mary, 91, 92 ; 
Frances Anne, 94 ; Frances Mary Mona Clare, 91 ; 
Francis Vivian, 95 ; Gundred Mary, 92 ; Harriet, 94 ; 
Henrietta Augusta Meade, 95 ; Henry, 91, 93 ; Henry 
John, 93 ; Henry Ohver, 92 ; Hubert Joseph,; 92 ; 
Isobel, 92 ; Janet Porter, 93 ; Jean, 95 ; John 
Henry, 94 ; Lilian Laura, 94 ; Lilian Patricia Dysart, 

94 ; Louisa ToUemache, 95 ; Marianne Eloise, 91 ; 
Mary, 90 ; Dame Mary Anne, 90 ; Mary Jane 
Bourne, 95; Mary Maria, 93; Mervyn Joseph, 
91: Minnie Bathurst, 93; I'auline, 93; Robert 
Flockhart, 95 ; Robert Francis Joseph, 92 ; Rev. 
Robert Joseph, 92 ; Spencer William, 90 ; Stephen 
Garnet Hubert P'rancis, 91 ; Ursula Mary, 91 ; Sir 
William, Bt., 90, 93 ; William Augustas, 93 ; William 
Augustus (Daniel), 94; William Bertie, 93, 94; Wil- 
liam Henry, 90; William Ralph Joseph, 91 ; William 
Spencer Joseph, 92. 

Wolstenholme, Arabt-lla, 187; Edward, 187. 

Wood, Catherine, 65 ; Major-General Sir George, 158; 
Georgina, 158 ; John, 65. 

Woodgate, Mary, 174; Thomas, 174. 

Woodsend, Thomas, 10. 

WooUcombe, Adina Jane Roberts, 58 ; Dame AgnesMeade, 
61 ; Anne Courtenay, 58 : Anne Daphne Amyatt. 60 ; 
Annie Jaquette Kadigunde, 59 ; Annie Mary Jose- 
phine, 59 i Augusta Rundell, bi ; Rev. Arthur Augus- 



tus, 62; Betty, 60 J Charles Belfield, 60; Lieut. - 
General Sir Charles Louis, 61 ; Charles Stephenson, 
61 ; Cicely Rose, 64; Clara Jaquette, 62; Constance 
Perry, 64 ; Dorothy Mary, 60 ; Eileen, 61 ; Eleanor 
Jaquette Stirling, 64 ; Elizabeth, 57 ; Elizabeth 
Anne, 58 ; Ellen, 58 ; Emily Rose, 63 ; Ernest 
Arthur Stirling, 64; Emit- Edensor, 60; Esme, 
60 ; Florence Hilda, 63 ; Frederick Peter, 58 ; 
Geoffrey Harley Douglas, 62 ; Rev. George, 63 ; 
Gerald Douglas, 62 ; Harriet, 57 ; Harriet Martha, 57 ; 
Henry, 59; Rev. Henry, 59, 61, 63; Ven""'" Henry, 
59 ; Henry Morth, 59 ; Rev. Henry St. John Stirling, 
63; Herbert Louis, 60; Isabella Frances Mary, 
57; Jane, 57; Jane Frances, 59, 61, 63; Jaquette 
Elizabeth, 59; Jaquette Frances, 60; Joan Rade- 
gund, 63; Joan Wilhelmina, 61; John Charles 
Ernie, 60; Colonel John Dobree, 58; John 
Louis, 64 ; John Morth, 57, 59 ; Kenneth Douglas, 
60 ; Rev. Louis, 61 ; Louis Arthur William, 62 ; 
Captain Louis Charles Siirling, R.N., 64 ; Louis Doug- 
las, 60 ; Mabel, 62 ; Malcolm Louis, 61 ; Marcella 
Josephine, 5o ; Margaret, 61 ; Mary, 59 ; Mary 
Dobree, 58 ; Mary Edith Violet, 62 ; Mary Elizabeth 
Stirling, 63; Mary Lorna, 63; Michael Louis, 64; 
Miriam Joy, 62; Miriam Sybelle, 62; Morth Henry 
Anryatt, 60 ; Nancy, 02 ; Nora, 60 ; Reginald, 62 ; 
Richard George Stirling, 63 ; Richard Joscelyn, 62 ; 
Robert, 57 : Robert Lloyd, 57 ; Robert William, 57 ; 
Rosamond Margaret, 63 ; Rev. Thomas Clement, 60 ; 
Thomas Dobree, 58 ; Walter George, 60. 

W'orsley, Albert Edward, 16; Lieut. -General Edward 
Vaughan, 131; Evelyn Marie Louise, 16; Jessy, 131. 

Worthy, Gilbert, 205 ; Lillian Kitty, 205. 

Wrey, Ellen Caroline, 91 ; Sir Bourchier Palk, Bt., 91. 

Wright, Anne, 90 ; Anthony, 90 ; Fitz-Herbert, 138 ; 
Hermione, 13S. 

Wynne, Elizabeth, 163; Richard, 163. 

Wythes, Barbara, 139. 



Yarborough, Charles, Earl of, 137 ; Charles, Lord, 142, 
146, 148; Charles Anderson, Lord, 141. 

Yardlev, Charles, 68 ; Fanny Susannah, 68 ; Margaret 
Murray, 68; Robert Blake, 68 

Yates, Margaret Parry, 108. 

Yonge, John Harry, 171. 

Y'ork, Most Rev. William Dalrymple Maclagan, Arch- 
bishop of, 128. 

Y'oung, Andrew Davidson, 177; Catherine Stone, 177; 
Emily, 177. 



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3;i)liitions ant) Corrections, 



ADDITIONS & CORRECTIONS. 



ABNEY. Vol. 12, page 151. — Sir 
William de Wiveleslie Abney, K.C.B., 
RR.S., died, aged 77, at Folkestone, 
CO. Kent, 3 December, and was buried 
at St. Mark's, Cheriton, co. Kent, 
6 December 1920. 

ACTON. Vol. 20, page 125. — Edward 
William Frederick Acton died, aged 86, 
at The Leasowes, Bridgnorth, co. Salop, 
30 December 1920. 

ADAMS. Vol. 13, page 28 (and Addenda, 
Vo/. j^, /'age !.) — Percy Walter Lewis 
and Ada Gladys Adams have further 
issue a daughter, Lattice Carol, born at 
Woore Manor, co. Salop, 7 November, 
baptised at St. Leonard's, Woore, '6 
December 1920. 

AIRY. Vol. 7, page 117. — Caroline, widow 
of the Rev. \Villiam Airy, died, aged 81, 
at 23 Albany Road, Bedford, 13 NL-irch, 
and was buried at Bedford 17 March 
1921. 

Page 1 18 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, page 
i.) — Captain James Osmund Airy, ist 
Battalion Manchester Regiment, died, 
aged 36, from wounds received while on 
duty in Ireland 21 July 1920. 

Page 1 19. — 'I'he Rev. William Shepley 
Airy married at Sidbury, co. Devon, 
25 August 1920, Dorothea, daughter 
of the Rev. R. I'^ling Cjreen, formerly 
Vicar of Steeple Morden, co. Cam- 
bridge. 

ALDRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 68.— Caroline 
Diana, youngest daughter of Robert 
.Aldridge and widow of the Hon'''' 
Cliarles James Keith-Falconer, died, 
aged 82, at Hampton Court Palace, 
CO. Middlesex, 24 February, and was 
buried at Coolhurst, Horsham, co. 
Sussex, 28 February 1920. 



ALLGOOD. Vol. 9, page 88.— Captain 
Adrian George AUgood, R.N., died 
at Blindburn, Wark -on-Tyne, co. 
Northumberland, 26 May, and was 
buried at Simonburn, co. Northumber- 
land, 31 May 1920. 

Isa (n^e Bayly), widow of Bertram 
Allgood, Captain Royal Irish Rifles, 
was married 2ndly at St. Stephen's, 
Gloucester Road, Kensington, London, 
4 May 1920, to Charles Richard 
Shirreff, Captain Durham Light Infantry, 
son of William Shirreff of Jessore, 
Bengal India. 

ALLIX. Vol. 8, page 139.— John Peter 
Allix married at Holy Trinity, Bromley 
Common, co. Kent, 24 March 1920, 
Virginia, 2nd daughter of Archibald 
Norman of The Rookery, Bromley 
Common. 

AMHERST OF HACKNEY. Vol. 
15, page 68. — Mary Rothes Margaret, 
Lady Amherst of Hackney, wife of 
Lord William Cecil, C.V.O., died 
in London 21 December, and was 
buried at Stowlangtoft, co. Suffolk, 26 
December 1919. 

ANCASTER. Vol. 14, page 174.— The 
Hon''''^ Elizabeth Sophia, younger 
daughter of Gilbert John, Baron Ave- 
land, died at 4 Belgrave Square, 
London, 22 March, and was buried 
in the family burial ground at Edenham, 
CO. Lincoln, 36 ^Larch 1920. 

ARBUTKNOT. Vol. 20, page 67.- 
Elizabeth I'ountaine, wife of Hugh 
Lyttelton .Arbuthnot, died at Durrance, 
Shipley, co. Sussex, 21 .\pril, buried at 
.Shipley 24 April 1920. 

Page 71. — Lieut. -Colonel .Archibald 
Hugh Arbuthnot married 2ndly at the 
parish church, Petworth, co. Sussex, 
2 February 1920, Marjory P>cech. 



ADDIIIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 7, page 20.— 
Ellen Amy, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Henry Arkwright, died at 8 Lis- 
burne Crescent, Torquay, co. Devon, 
6 February 1920. 

ARKWRIGHT. Vol. 20, page 150.— 
Evelyn Elizabeth Yulande, 2nd daughter 
of the Rev Hubert Seymour Ark- 
wright, died, aged 14, at the Vicarage, 
Caynham, co. Salo[>, 31 March 1920. 

ARMYTAGE. Vol. i, page 234.— Dame 

Mary Georgiana, widow of Sir George 
John Armytage, Baronet, died at 
27 Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, 
London, 14 August 1920. 

ASHCOMBE. Vol. 18, page 56.— The 
Hon*"'' Roland Calvert Cubitt married 
at the Guards' Chapel, Wellington 
Barracks, London, 16 November 1920, 
Sonia Rosemary, youngest daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel the Hon*"'' George 
Keppell, M.V.O., of 16 Grosvenor 
Street, Westminster. 

ASKWITH. Vol. 15, page 107.— 
Colonel Henry Francis Askvvith, 
C.M.G., married at Annesley, co. 
Nottingham, 27 January 1921, Ruth 
Mary, 3rd daughter of T. P. Chaworth 
Musters of Annesley Park. 

AUDEN. Vol. 13, page 171.— Fhe Rev. 
Thomas Auden died, aged 84, at 
Alderdene, Church Siretton, co. Salop, 
1 1 November, and was buried at 
Condover, co. Salop, 15 November 
1920. 

AVEBURY. Vol. 12, page 69. — Rose 
ALtry, daughter of Sir Nevile Lubbock, 
K.C.M.(i.. was married at St. Andrew's, 
Limpsfield, co. Surrey, 12 January 1920, 
to Christopher Carlile. 

BABINGTON. Vol. 8, page 92.— 
Francis Evans Babington died, aged 
89, at Halesworth, co. Suffolk, 7 May, 
nnj was buried there 11 May 1920. 

BACK. Vol. 6, page 118.— William 
Henry Back died, aged 66, at Hum 
House, Hethersett, co. Norfolk, 23 
June 1920. 

BAGSHAWE. Vol. i, page 143.— 
Ernest and i'Vances Alice Devereux 
Carver, assumed by Royal Licence 
in r9i3 (on the death of her father), 
the surname of Bagshawe. She died 
at Ford Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith, co. 
Derby, 16 June 1920. 



BARING -GOULD. Vol. 4, page 23. 
Lavinia Maitland, widow of Edward 
Baring-(;ould, died, aged 92, at Ardoch 
Lodge, Lew Down, North Devon, 16 
April IQ2I. 

BARLOW. Vol. II, page 67.— Harold 
Barlow died, aged 59, at Westcott, 
Dorking, co. Surrey, 5 April, and was 
buried at Wotton, co. Surrey, 8 April 

1920. 

BARRY. Vol. 14, page 5. — Septimus 
Barry died, aged 84, at Wokingham, 
CO. Berks, 4 February 1920. 

Page 12. — Arthur Paul Barry married 
at the parish church, Limpsfield, co. 
Surrey, 27 December 19 19, Rachel 
Vera, younger daughter of the Ven'='' 
William Pelham Burn, Archdeacon of 
Norfolk. 

BARTLETT. Vol. 6, page 28.— Chris- 
tiana, widow of the Rev. Robert Leach 
Bartlett, died, aged 85, at Leftwich, 
Swanage, co. Dorset, 17 December 1920. 

BEAZLEY. Vol. 10, page 146. — Ernest 
Henry Beazley was killed while flying, 
aged 43, at Vancouver, British Columbia, 
24 May 1920. 

Page 148 {and Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page ix.) — Harold Gilroy and Edith 
Birkmyre Beazley have further issue 
a daughter, born at Braeside, Upton, co. 
Chester, 30 June 1920. 

BENDALL. Vol. 15, page 45.— Wilfred 
Ellington Bendall died, aged 70, at 
Ebury Street, Buckingham Palace 
Road, London, 16 June, and was 
buried in Flighgate Cemetery, co. 
Middlesex, 19 June 1920. 

Page 46. — Sydney Bendall died, 
aged 70, at Fairfield, Sunninghill, co. 
Berks, 3 ]\Lirch 1920. 

BENTLEY. Vol. i, page 139.— Louisa 
Sophia, widow of Arthur Bentley, died, 
aged 86, at Hethersett, 3 Sheen Park 
Gardens, Richmond, co. Surrey, 4 
September, and w^as buried in Highgate 
Cemeter)', co. Middlesex, S September 
1920. 

BESSBOROUGH. Vol. 12, page 114. 
Edward, Earl of Bessborough, K.P., 
C.V.O., C.B., died at the Queen's 
Hotel, Birmingham, i December 1920. 
Will dated 2 July 19 17, with codicil 
dated 6 Septemlser 1919, proved in the 
Principal Registry in January 192 1. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



Ill 



BLOFELD. Vol. 20, page 194.— John 
Calthorpe IMofeld died, aged 45, at 
Hovetoii House, Wrexham, co. Norfolk, 
8 September 1920. 

BODDINGTON. Vol. i, page 121.— 
Tlie Rev. Edward Henry Boddington, 
Hon. Canon of Coventry and Vicar of 
Honington. co. Warwick, died, aged 
70, at Honington 28 February 1920. 

BODINGTON. Vol 14, page 118.— 
Nora Elizabeth, widow of Percival 
James Bodington, was married in 
London 29 .\pril 1920, to Major 
Walton D'Eichthal Williams, King's 
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 2nd 
son of Gerald Walton Williams of 
Aboyne Lodge, St. Albans, co. 
Hertford. 

BODINGTON. Vol. 17, page 130.— 
Mary Chapman, wife of Oliver Eaton 
Bodington, died, aged 52, at 14 Avenue 
Pierre lerde Serbie, Paris, 22 April 1920. 

BOISSIER. Vol. 10, page 67.— Charles 
Harington Boissier married at St. 
Mary's Pro-Cathedral, Wrexham, co. 
Denbigh, 12 October 1920, IVLary 
Gwendoline, youngest daughter of 
G. J. Findlay of Glanyrafon, near 
Wrexham. 

Page 68. — Noel George Dumaresq 
Boissier, married at Denver, Colorado, 
15 April 1920, Edith IVIarion, daughter 
of the Rev. A. G. Harrison, Vicar of St. 
Luke's, Denver. 

BOOTH BY. Vol. 16, page 181.— Bea- 
trice Georgiana, youngest daughter of 
the Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert 
Boothby, Baronet, died at 1 5 Carlyle 
Square, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 13 
February, and was buried at Welwyn, 
CO. Hertford, 18 Pebruary 1921. 

Page 192. — Mary Dorothy Cecilia, 
daughter of Colonel Basil Charles 
Boothby, died at The Old Vicarage, 
Wrotham, co. Kent, 13 February 1921. 

BOUGHEY. Vol 18, page 98.— Ethel, 
eldest daughter of the Rev. Sir George 
Boughey, Baronet, was married at .-Ml 
.Saints , I'orton, co. Stafford, 9 December 
1919, to John Robert Morris of Dollys 
Hall, Llanidloes, co. Montgomery, 2nd 
son of C. J. Morris of Wood Eaton 
Manor, co. Stafford. 



BOURNE. Vol. 3, page 152.— Margaret 
Hole, eldest daughter of the Rev. Canon 
George Drinkwater Bourne, and widow 
of the Rev. Canon Francis Edward 
Broome Witts {see Vol. 10, page ij8), 
died at Upper Slaughter Manor, co. 
Gloucester, 6 February, and was buried 
at Upper Slaughter lo February 192 1. 

BOWRING. Vol. 6, page 2— Mary, 
widow of John Charles Bowring, died 
at 25 Rutland Gate, South Kensington, 
London, 12 December, and was buried 
at Cranbourne, co. Berks, 16 December 
1920. 

Page 6. — Edith Alice, 2nd daughter of 
Sir John Bowring, LL.D., died, aged 
89, at 2 Gayton Terrace, Hampstead, co. 
^Iiddlesex, 3 September 1920. 

BRASSEY. Vol. 14, page 65.— Robert 
Bingham Brassey married 2ndly at 
Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, 16 Pvlarch 
1920, PJorothy Alice Margaret Augusta 
(Lady Dalmeny), younger daughter of 
Lord Henry George Grosvenor (see 
Vol. 16, page 137). 

Page 66. — Cecil Henry Brassey, ist 
Life Guards, married at St. Margaret's, 
Westminster, 10 November 1920, the 
Hon'"'"^ Victoria Ivy Spencer, elder 
(laughter of Viscount Churchill. 

BRINE. Addenda, Vol. 8, page Hi.— 
Norah Bouverie, elder daughter of the 
Rev. James Edward Bouverie Brine {see 
Vol. 4, page 18), died at Greenmount, 
Cleeve Hill, Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, 
5 December 1919. 

Page 20. — Caroline, widow of Colonel 
John Jones Brine, died, aged 87, at 
I'orquay, co. Devon, 21 February 1921. 

BROCKLEBANK. Vol. 9, page 143. 
Ralph Eric Royds Brocklebank died, 
aged 50, at Poulton Royd, Bebington, 
CO. Chester, 13 February 1921. 

BROOKE. Vol I, page 76.— William 
Brooke died, aged 85, at Northgatc 
Mount, Huddersfield, co. York, 16 
February, and was buried at Honley, co.' 
York, iS February 1920. 

Page 80. — Sir John .\ithur Brooke, 
l?aron(.t, died at Fenay Hall, Hudders- 
field, CO. York, 12 July, and was buried 
at .\lmondbury Parish Church, co. 
York, 14 July 1920. 



ADDITIONS 6r CORRECTIONS. 



BROOKS. Vol. 12, page 98.— Mary, 
eldest daughter of William Brooks and 
wife of John Maurice Constable, died 
at Ipswicii, CO. Suffolk, 23 April 1916, 
and was buried in the cemetery there. 

John Maurice Constable died at 
Ealing, CO. Middlesex, 6 May 1917, and 
was buried in the City of Westminster 
Cemetery at Ealing. 

BURN. Vol. 17, page 194.— Rosia Mary, 
widow of Lieut.- Colonel David Bryce 
Burn was married 2ndly 11 May 1920, 
to Edward Clayton of Cottesmore, 
Oakham, co. Rutland. 

BURY. Vol. 9, page 116. — Alice Jane, 
widow of the Rev. William Edward 
Bury, died at the Rectory, Screveton, 
CO. Nottingham, 12 February 192 1. 

Page 118 — Reginald Bury died, aged 
78, at Wortley, co. York, 8 January, and 
was buried at Ardeley, co. York, 12 
January 1920. 

BUSH. Vol. 6, page 75.— The Rev. Paul 
Cromwell Bush married at St. Andrew's, 
Wells Street, London, i June 1920, 
Beryl Maud, younger daughter of Major 
C. D. Sherston. 

BYRON. Vol. 1 6, page 54— The Rev. 
Frederick Ernest Charles, Lord Byron, 
married at the Cathedral Church of 
St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, co. 
Suffolk, 31 January 192 1, Anna, 
daughter of the Rev. Lord Charles 
FitzRoy of Hawstead Lodge, Bury 
St. Edmunds. 

CARBONELL. Vol. 18, page 156 {and 
Addenda, Vol. 20, page vii.) — Lestock 
Sydney and Judith Carbonell have issue 
a son, born at Oldbury, Stonehouse, co. 
(iloucester, 27 July 1920. 

CARR. Addenda, \'oL 13, page vi.— 
Sybil Florence, wife of the Rev. 
Frank Collett Parr {see Vol. 7, page I2j), 
died at Bournemouth, co. Hants, 20 
May 1920. 

CAVE - BROWNE. Vol. 9, page 24.— 
Horace Cave - Browne, Captain 23rd 
Cavalry Frontier P'orce, married at 
St. George's, Hanover Square, London, 
7 July 1920, Alice Rose, daughter of 
Colonel P. A. Weir, Indian Medical 
Service. 



CAVE-BROWNE-CAVE. Vol. 11, 
page 155. — Mary .Annie Sophia, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. John Walker 
Cave-Browne-Cave, died, aged 69, at 
the Nursery House, King's Norton, co. 
Worcester, 11 May, and was buried at 
King's Norton 15 May 1920. 

CAVENDISH. Vol. 1, page 132.- 
Frederick George Cavendish, Captain 
The Prince of Wales' Leinster Regiment, 
married at the Catholic Church of St. 
Peter and St. Edward, Westminster, 
29 November 1919, Milla Jean, only 
daughter of W. St. Clair Grant of 
Bhagalpur, Bengal, India. 

CHALLINOR. Vol. 20, page 47.— 
Marguerite Blanche, younger daughter 
of Edward Challinor, was married at 
Bombay, India, to Major Charles 
Herbert Stanley Deane, Indian Army. 

CHEVALLIER. Vol. 20, page n.— 
Mary Amelia, elder daughter of 
Barrington Chevallier, M.D., died, 
aged 57, 9 February 192 1. 

CHILDE-FREEMAN. Page 5, present 
volume. — Mary Harriet, widow of the 
Rev. Arthur Childe-Freeman, who died 
19 January, was buried at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 23 January 192 i. 

CHISENHALE-MARSH. Vol. 4, page 
7. — Philip Everard Graham Marsh, 
Captain Royal Air Force, was killed 
at Feltwell, co. Norfolk, 20 December 
1918. 

CLOUGH-TAYLOR. Vol 6, page 44- 
Lieut. - Colonel Edward Harrison 
Clough -Taylor died at Firby Hall, 
York, I April 1921. 

COBBOLD. Vol. 20, page 23.— 
Charlotte, widow of Henrv Chevallier 
Cobbold, died, aged 88, 'at 96 Elm 
Park Gardens, West Brompton, London, 
26 October and was buried 29 
October 1920. 

Maud Chevallier, 3rd daughter of 
Henry Montagu Chevallier Cobbold, 
and wife of Ivor Hare, died at Great 
Mark by, Heathfield, co. Sussex, 22 July 
1920. 



ADDITIONS cr CORRECTIONS. 



COCKERELL. Vol. lo, page 41.— 
SanuiL'l I'epys Cockerell died, aged 
76, at 35 Phillimore Gardens, Ken- 
sington, London, 12 March, and was 
buried at Lyndiiurst, co. Hants, 16 
March 1921. 

CODRINGTON. Vol. i6, page 26.— 
Esther Alice, wife of Ikigadier General 
Hubert W'alter Codringion, died at 
Meerut, India, 21 November 1919. 

COLMAN. Vol. 8, page 144.— Archibald 
Stares Colnian married at Christ 
Church. Banbury, co. Oxford, 5 June 
1920, Emily, eldest daughter of J. W. 
Bloomfield of Banbury. 

COMBER. Vol. 7, page 150.— Ida 
Maud, younger daughter of Joha 
Comber of Ashenhurst, Guildford, co. 
Surrey, was married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, 4 December 1920, to Ernest 
Campbell Mark, eldest son of R. M. 
Mark of Park Villas, Cork. 

COMBER. Vol. 16, page 15.— Mary 
Castleman, 2nd daughter of Thomas 
Uenison Comber, died 4 February, and 
was buried at Wembley, co. Middlesex, 
9 February 1921. 

COOKSON. Vol. 3, page 133-^d'i 
Mildred, 2nd daughter of Samuel 
Cookson, M.U., was married at St. 
Matthias', Warwick Road, Kensington, 
London, 18 November 1919, to Guy 
Lynn, son of Graham R. Lynn of 
Karachi, India. 

CORDER. Vol. 19, page 139.— Arthur 
Biddell Corder died, aged 61, at 
Tuddenham, near Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 
31 December 1919. 

Page 142. — Terence Spence Corder, 
Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, died, 
aged 24, at the General Hosjiital, Basra, 
Mesopotamia, 13 April 1921. 

CRAIG. Vol. 6, page 146 {and Addenda, 
Vol. 20, page xii.) — The Rev. William 
Alban Cunningham and Emily Lucy 
Craig have issue a son, born at 5 ('har- 
terhouse Square, London, 9 July 1920. 

CRANWORTH. Vol. 10, page 94.— 
Major-General Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon, 
Indian Army, died, aged 87, at Hove, 
CO. Sussex, 5 February 1921. 



CRISP. Vol. 13, page 119. — Edna Irene 
May, younger daughter of William 
Henry Crisp, was married at St. Peter's, 
Cranley Gardens, South Kensington, 
London, 6 October 1920, to Robert 
Harvey Beaufoy. 

CRISP. Vol. 18, page 205.— John Wilson 
Oisp married at St. John's, Holland 
Park, CO. Middlesex, 10 April 1920, 
Marjorie, only daughter of J. Shriver. 

CUBITT. Vol. 17, page 27.— Mildred 
Dorothy, younger daughter of Edward 
George Cubitt, was married at St. Paul's, 
Knightsbridge, London, 11 February 
1920, to PWelyn C. Ruggles-Brise. 

Page 29. — Bertram Blakiston Cubitt, 
C.B., was created K.C.B. i January 
1920. 

Page 30. — -Major-CJeneral Thomas 
Astley Cubitt, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., 
married at St. James', Piccadilly, 
London, 29 April 1920, widow of Lieut. - 
Colonel Bernards Grissell of the Norfolk 
Regiment. 

CUBITT. Vol. 18, page 34.— Henrietta 
Theodosia, 'widow of Major Henry 
Archibald Cubitt, died, aged 87, at 
Earlham, Lyndhurst Road, Lowestoft, 
CO. Suflolk, 28 November 1920. 

CUNLIFFE. Vol. 16, page 78.— Alfred 
Edward Cunliffe died, aged 67, at The 
Flushings, Crawley, co. Surrey, 5 June 
1920. 

CURE. Addenda, I'ol. S, page vi.— 
Alfred Frederick Monie Capel Cure, 
son of Frederick Capel Cure {see 
Vol. 2, page 24), married at Holy 
Trinity, Brompton, London, 22 July 
1920, Margaret Elizabeth Ruby, 
daughter of George Winmill of Bedford. 

CURTOIS. Vol. I, page 172.— Atwill 
Edward ('nrtois of Ceylon, tea-planter, 
married at St. Bartholomew's, Sydenham, 
CO. Kent, 31 October 1912, Kathleen, 
daughter of George Stapleton of 25 
Homecroft Road, .Sydenham. 

Pace t75.— The Rev. Huntley {not 
Huntly) Curtois, married at Eaton, co. 
Norfolk, 12 April 1910, Jane lilizabeth, 
only daughter of the Rev. Henry 
Williams, Vicar of Croxton and Rector 
of Rockland, both co. Norfolk ; born 
at Croxton 24 June 1867. 



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ADDITIONS dr- CORRECTIONS. 



DALE. Vol. 14, page 46. — Violet, eldest 
daughter of William Charles Dale, died, 
aged 60, 13 November 1919. 

DARWIN. Addenda, Vol. iS, page xxv.) 
Florence Henrietta, wife of Sir Francis 
Darwin {see Vol. 4, page llS), and eldest 
daugliter of Herbert \Villiam Fisher 
{see Pedigree 0/ Fisher, Vol. ij, pa^e 
147), died at Cambridge 5 iMarcii 
1920. 

DEACON. Vol. 15, page 131.— Mary 
.Sophia, widow of William Samuel 
Deacon, died, aged 87, at 37 Eaton 
Square, London, 5 May, and was 
buried at Hatchford, co. Surrey, 8 
May 1920. 

DE MAULEY. Vol. n, page 134.— 
Margaret Fanny, wife of the Hon'^'' 
Frederick John William Ponsonby, 
died, aged 74, at Anwick Castle, 
in October 19 19. 

DE MORGAN. Vol. 17, page 50.— 
Sydney Aylmer De Morgan died, aged 
69, at Coniston, VVeybridge, co. Surrey, 
14 February 1920. 

DENNE. Vol. 19, page 187.— Florence 
Alice Vernon, only daughter of Lieut.- 
Colonel George Ramsay Alured Denne, 
was married at St. Cuthbert's, Kensing- 
ton, London, 22 April 1920, to James 
Sessel Bisset, eldest son of James 
Bisset. 

Page 188.— Alfred de Denne, Pay- 
master-in-Chief, R.N., died, aged 79, 
at St. Agnes, Worthing, co. Sussex, 4 
February 192 1. 

P'rancis Vincent Denne, M.D., 
married 2ndly, 22 December 1917, 
Susan Marv Rutland ; born 7 June 
1882. 

Page i8g. — 'I'homas \'inceiU de 
Denne, M.R.C.S., who died 17 March, 
was buried at Fareham, co. Hants, 2 1 
March 19 19. 

Page 190.— Thomas Geoffrey de 
Denne, 2nd Lieutenant Devonshire 
Regiment, was killed in action 4 ! 
October 1917 

DE RAMSAY. Vol. 15, page 117.— 
Rosamund Jane Fiances, Lady de 
Ramsay, died at Haveringland Hall, 
CO. Norfolk, 3 November, and was 
buried at Ramsay Abbey, co. Hun- 
tingdon, 9 December 1910. 



DERBY. Vol. 17, page 72 {ar.d Addenda, 
i'ol. ip, page xxviii.)— Lord and Lady 
Stanley have further issue a son, 
Richard Oliver Stanley, born at 3 
Portman Square, St. Marylebone, 
London, 29 January, baptised at the 
(Guards' Chapel, Wellington Barracks, 
London, 10 March 1920. 

DEVONSHIRE. Vol. 16, page 162.— 
Lady Emma Elizabeth, widow of Lord 
Edward Cavendish, died, aged 83, at 
Compton Place, Eastbourne, co. Sussex, 
24 September, and was buried at 
Edensor, co. Derby, 28 September 
1920. 

Page 162 {a/id Addenda, Vol. ig, 
page xxviii.) — The Marquess and 
Marchioness of Hartington have further 
issue a son, Andrew Robert Bu.xton 
Cavendish, born at 2 i .Arlington Street, 
St. James', London, 2 January, bapt. at 
the parish church, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, 13 February 1920. 

Page 162. — Lady Dorothy Evelyn 
(Cavendish), 3rd daughter of the Duke 
of Devonshire, was married at St. 
Margaret's, Westminster, 21 April 1920, 
to Harold Macmillan of the Grenadier 
Guards, A.D.C. to the Duke of 
Devonshire in Canada. 

DIDHAM. Vol. 6, page 148.— Charles 
John Didham died in London 15 
February, and was buried in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlesex, 20 February 
1920. 

Joyce Alisimond May, younger 
daughter of Charles John Didham and 
widow of Douglas Lambert {see 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xxix.), was 
married 2ndly at Dehra Dun, India, 2 
March 1920, to Major J. E. Cruik- 
shank, 2nd (King Edward's Own) 
Gurkha Rifles. 

DOWDESWELL. Vol. 7, page 81.- 
Annie Rossmore, widow of John Mundy 
Dowdeswell, died at King's End, 
Powyke, co. Worcester, 3 October 
r920. 

DRAKE -CUTCLIFFE.- Vol. 8, page 
109. — Bernard Henry Hamilton Drake- 
Cutcli.le, 2nd Lieutenant ist Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment, died at Clifton, 
CO. Gloucester, 11 April, and was 
buried at the parish church, llfracombe, 
CO. Devon, 15 April 1921. 



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VII 



DUNCAN. Vol. 12, page i6i. — Jes.sie, 
widow of William Katlibone Duncan, 
died, aged 80, at Windermere, co. 
Westmorland, 2 July 1920. 

DUNCAN. Vol. 13, page 87.— Edith 
Mary, only daughter of William Henry 
Duncan of Liverpool, M.D., died at 
Gerrard's Cross, co. Buckingham, 24 
March 1920. 

EARLE. Vol. 10, page 112. — John 
Greville Earle married at St. James', 
Piccadilly, London, 21 April 1920, 
Jacohina Reid, only daughter of James 
Clark of Kilmarnock. 

EKINS. Vol. 18, page 128.— The Rev. 
Reginald Forbes Ekins died 16 
November, and was buried at the 
Catholic Church, Linacre Road, 
Willesden Green, co. Middlesex, 18 
November 1920. 

EVANS. Vol. 4, page 92.— The Ri. 
Hon'"''' Sir Laniington ^^'orthington- 
Evans, Bt., a';sumed by Royal Licence 14 
November 19 16, the additional name of 
Worthington, and was cieated a Baronet 
the next dav. 



FISHER. Vol. 13, page 147 (and 
Additida, Vol. 18, page xxxii.) — 
Florence Henrietta, eldest daughter of 
Herbert William Fisher and wife of 
Sir Francis Darwin {see Addenda, 
Vol. iS, page XXV.), died at Cambridge 
5 March 1920. 

FITZWILLIAM. Vol. 14, page 31.— 

Lieut. -Colonel the Hon'''' William 
Henry Wentworth - Fitzwilliam died, 
aged 79, 10 July, and was buried at 
Wentworth Woodhouse, co. York, 14 
July 1920. 

FLETCHER. Vol. 3, page 78 {and 

Addenda, Vol. 20, page .xviii.) — W^illiam 
Giffard and Margery Hornidge Fletcher 
have issue a son, Thomas Henry (jiffard 
Fletcher, born at 40 Upper Fitzwilliam 
Street, Dublin, 20 March, baptised by 
the Bishop of Cashel in Glasnevin 
Church 22 April 1920. 

Page 80. — Maria Jane, widow of 
Edward BLnkemore Fletcher, died at 
Kent Hall, Queen's Crescent, Southsea, 
CO. Hants, 18 January, and was buried 
at the Cemetery, Wimborne Minster, 
CO. Dorset, 21 January 1921. 



FABER. Vol. I, page 98.— Elizabeth, 
widow of Reginald Stanley Faber, died, 
aged 77, at 23 Elsworthy Road, 
Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 9 May 
1920. 

FAWKES. Vol. 7, page 95.— The Rev- 
Richard \Ventworth Fawkes died, aged 
71, 16 February, and was buried at 
Bishop's Caundle, co. Dorset, 18 
February 1920. 

FELLOWES. Vol 15, page 83.— 
leanr.ie, widow of Admiral Sir John 
Fellowes, K.C.B., died at Roestock 
Hall, St. Albans, co. Hertford, 2 
January 1920. 

FICKLIN. Vol. 19, page 150.— Ale.\- 
ander Tennent Mackintosh Berney 
Ficklin married at the parish church, 
Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 31 March 
1921, Rachel, elder daughter of Russell 
lolly of Southwood, Edgbaston. 

FIRTH. Vol. 19, page 100. — Ronald 
Henry Bramley Firth died, aged 24, at 
Los Angelos, California, 27 January 
1920. 



FLETCHER. Vol 13, page 59.— Edith, 
widow of .\lfred Fletcher, died, aged 71, 
at Allerton, Liverpool, 26 May, and was 
buried at Halewood, co. Lancaster, 29 
May 1920. 

FOLJAMBE. Vol i, page 45.— Lieut.- 
Colonel George Savile Foljambe, C.B., 
V. D., died, aged 63, at 12 Thorney 
Court, Palace Gate, Kensington, 
London, 13 September, and was buried 
at Osberton, co. Nottingham, 17 Sep- 
tember 1920. 

FOOTE. Vol. 7, page 132.— The Rev. 
Cunningham Noel Foot died, aged 
88, at Old Park T,odge, Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 15 February, and was buried 
in Wimborne Road Cemetery, Bourne- 
mouth, 18 February 192 i. 

Lindsey Kathleen, only daughter of 
Brigadier -General Richard Mildniay . 
Fool, C.B., C.^LG., D.S.O., was mar- 
ried at St. Peter's, Berkhamsted, co. 
Hertford, 18 December 1919, to (Jervas 
Huxley, eldest son of H. Huxley of 
51 Porchesler Terrace, Hyde Park, 
London. 



ADDITIONS b' CORRECTIONS. 



FREEMAN. Vol. 1 1, page 49.— George 
Broke Freeman died, aged 71, at 
Hasland, Grosvenor Road, Bourne- 
mouth, CO. Hant.s, i May, and was 
buried at Bournemouth 4 May 1920. 

I'age 50. — Honor Henrietta, wife of 
the Rev. Edward Vera Freeman, died 
at Nurwara Eliya, Ceylon, 1 1 May 
1920. 

Dorothy, only daughter of George 
Broke F'reeman, died at Hasland, 
Grosvenor Road, Bournemouth, 14 
December, and was buried at Bourne- 
mouth 18 December 1920. 

FYNMORE. Vol. 6, page 43.— Lieut.- 
Colouel Richard John Fynmore, V.D., 
died, aged 81, at Sandgate, co. Kent, 
I 2 August 1920. 

GATER. Vol. 18, page 44.— William 
Henry Gater died, aged 65, 8 October 
1919. 

GETTING. Vol. 12, page 40. — Emma 
Elizabeth, daughter of David Getting 
and widow of the Rev. John White 
Tottenham, died at The Lodge, 14 
West Hill, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, co. 
Sussex, on Easter Eve, 26 March, and 
was buried in the cemetery at Ore, co. 
Sussex, I April 192 1. Will dated 3 
July 19 1 1, with two codicils dated 3 
January 1916 and 23 August 1918. 

GIBBINS. Vol, 7, page 1 15, — Benjamin 
Thomas CJibbins died at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants. Sarah Mayoh, his widow, 
died 18 May, and was buried at 
Parkstone, co. Dorset, 21 May 
1920. 

GILBEY. Vol. 3, page 146. — Agnes, 
widow of Alfred Gilbey, died, aged 86, 
at .Manor House, Wooburn Green, co. 
Buckingham, 23 August, and was buried 
at Wooburn 26 August 1920. 

Geoffrey Holland Gilbey married 
at St. Peter's, Katon S(|uare, London, 
9 December 19 19, Violet Mary 
Reid. 

Addenda, Vol. j, page v. — Francis 
Newman Gilbey, 4th son of New- 
man Gilbey {see Vol. j, page 147), 
married at The Oratory, Brompton, 
London, 28 September 1920, Mary, 
4th daughter of Mrs. Jump of The 
Chantry, Ipswich, co. Suffolk. 



GLAZEBROOK. Vol. 3, page 59.— 
Sir Richard Tetley Giazebrook, C.B., 
was created K.C.B. i January 1920. 

Constance Marjorie, eldest daughter 
of Frederick Edward de I'wenebrokes 
Giazebrook, was married at Manila, 
Phillipine Islands, to Gilbert Cecil 
Pelly, Lieutenant Royal Navy, of 
Kentwins, Nutfield, co. Surrey. 

GODDARD. \'ol. II, page 21.— Jessie 
Henrietta, only daughter of Ambrose 
Lethbridge Goddard, died at Tollington 
House, Farringdon, co. Berks, 19 
September, and was buried at the 
parish church, .Swindon, co. Wilts, 
23 September 1920. 

GOSCHEN. Vol. 15, page i57.-The 
Hon'''"= Phyllis Evelyn, elder daughter 
of Viscount Goschen, was married at 
Flimwell, co. Sussex, 31 August 1920, 
to Lieut.- Colonel Francis Cecil Camp- 
bell Balfour, Military Governor of 
Bagdad. 

Page 158. — Angela, elder daughter 
of the Hon'''= Sir William Henry 
Goschen, was married at the Guards' 
Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London, 
7 June 1920, to John Carne Hargreaves 
of the Grenadier Guards, only son of 
John Reginald Hargreaves of Drink- 
stone Park, Bury St. I'^dmunds, co. 
Suffolk, and of Arborfield Hall, Reading, 
CO. Berks. 

GRESLEY. Vol. 8, page 117.— Joanna 
Beatrice, widow of the Rev. Nigel 
Gresley, died, aged 82, at Green Bank 
House, Turnditch, co. Derby, 20 
January, and was buried at Netherseale, 
CO. Leicester, 24 January 1921. 

GROOME. Vol. 5, page 21.— Mary 
Maria, elder daughter of the Rev. John 
Hindes Groome, died at The Willows, 
Earl Soham, co. Suffolk, 19 February, 
and was buried at Earl Soham 25 
February 1920. 

Page 22.— Alice Margaret, 3rd 
daughter of the Ven'''= Robert Hindes 
Groome, died, aged 72, at Surbiton, co. 
Surrey, 25 March 1920. 

GRUBBE. Vol. I, page 31.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Edmund Alexander Grubbe 
died, aged 62, at Southwold, co. Suffolk, 
16 June 1920. 



ADDITIONS 



CORRECTIONS. 



IX 



HASLEWOOD. Vol. 7, page 135.— 
Mary Chaiiotte, younger daughter of 
the Rev. I'Vederick George Haslewood, 
LL.D., died at the Royal .Susse.t 
Hospital, Brighton, uS June 1920. 

HAVERSHAM. Vol. 19, page 24.— 
Richard Goodenough Hayter died, aged 
50, 10 November 1920. 

Page 25. — Phoebe Judith, 5th 
d.iughter of Henry Goodenough Hayter, 
died, aged 37, at Winterbourne, Sid- 
mouth, CO. Devon, 23 July 1920. 

Page 27. — Ella Con.stance, eldest 
daughter of Harrison Hayter, died 27 
March, and was buried in Highgate 
Cemetery, co. Middlese.x, i April 
1921. 

HELPS. \o\. 14, page 155. — Edmund 
Arthur Plucknett Helps married at 
Penang, Malay States, 11 May 1920, 
Lucy I^aura Krida, elder daughter of 
J. \V. Wycliffe- Taylor of (Jayles, 
Friston, co. Sussex. 

HEXT. Vol. I, page 206. — George 
Hawkins Hext, J. P., died, aged 65, 
at Tredethy, co. Cornwall, 29 October 
1920. 

HOBLYN. Vol. I, page 184.— Charles 
William Thornton Hoblyn of Overport, 
Durban, Natal, died, aged 35, the result 
of an accident, 28 July 1920. 

HOLMES.— Vol. 19, page 205. — Lieut.- 
Colonel John Sancroft Holmes died, 
aged 72, 3 August, and was buried at 
Redenhall, co. Norfolk, 10 August 
1920. 

HOVENDEN. Vol. 15, page 169.— 
Harold Frederick Hovenden of St. 
Ives, Kent House Road, Beckenham, 
CO. Kent, married at Bromley, co. 
Kent, 31 July 1920, Gertrude Martha 
Guiver. 

Page 170. — Emma, widow of Albert 
Hovenden, died, aged 76, at Oaklands, 
Haling Park Road, Croydon, co. Surrey, 
2 March 1920. 

Page 171. — Mary Louisa, widow of 
Charles William Hovenden, died, aged 
59, at Walton-onthe-Naze, co. Essex, 
8 October 1920. 

Page 171. — May Constance, 3rd 
daughter of Albert Hovenden, was 
married at the Cathedral, Salisl)ury, 
Rhodesia, South Africa, 29 October 
1 919, to George Henry Laidman, C.E., 
of Bulawayo, South Africa. 



HOVENDEN, continued. 

Pagi- 171. — Mabel Beatrice, 5th 
daughter of Frederick Hovenden, was 
married at Victoria, British Columbia, 
24 July 1920, to Major Walter I^ 
Londe of Falls City, Oregon, U.S.A. 

HOWE. Vol. I, page 288.— Henry 
Gambler Howe, Solicitor, died, aged 67, 
at Writtle, co. Essex, 1 1 September, and 
was buried there 16 September 1920. 

HOWE. Vol. 18, page 134. -Richard 
Cleorge Penn, Earl Howe, married 
2ndly at Clirist Church, Mayfair, 
London, 11 December 19 19, Flora, 
Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava. 

Page 135. — Nina, eldest daughter of 
the Hon'''^ Henry Dugdale Curzon, 
died at 15 Rodney Court, London, 
6 January 1920. 

Page 135. — The Hon'''"^ Frederick 
Graham Curzon was bmied at Penn 
Street, Amersham, co. Buckingham, 9 
November 1920. 

JALLAND. Vol 12, page 59.— Ellen 
ALaria, widow of William Hamerton 
Jalland, F.R.C.S., J.P., D.L., died at 
St. Leonard's House, York, i July, and 
was buried at Bishopstborpe, co. 
York, 5 July 1920. 

JEX-BLAKE. Vol. 19, page 41.— 
Henrietta, widow of the Very Rev. 
Thomas William Jex-Blake, D.D., died, 
aged 84, at 13 Ennismore Gardens, 
London, 21 March 192 1. 

JOSLIN. Vol. 4, page 66.— Arnold 
(Jervis Joslin married at Christ Church, 
Westminster, 12 April 192 1, Marjorie 
Clarice Revill Cundell, only daughter of 
T. NL Cundell of Corbet's Tey, co. 
Essex. 

JOYNSON. Vol. 2, page 56 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page xlviii. ) — Lawrence 
Bright Joynson, M.C., Captain Egyptian 
Expeditionary Force, and Ethel Vera 
his wife, have issue a son, Peter 
Joynson, born at liastgate House, 
Warwick, 22 June i()20. 

KENRICK. Vol. 5, page 126.— Evelyn, 
yoiuigcst daughter of jarvis Kenrick, 
was married at the parish chinch, 
Wimbledon, co. Surrey, 20 December 
19 1 9, to Thomas Rhys, younger son of 
Professor T. Rhys of Bangor. 



ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



KITCHENER. Vol. 7. page 5 {and 
Addenda, Vol. ig, page .\h<iii.) — Henry 
Franklin Chevallier, Viscount Broome, 
and Adela Evelyn his wife, have further 
issue a son, born at Ringwould Cottage, 
Ringwould, co. Kent, 11 March 1920. 

LANDON. Vol. II, page 121.— Edith, 
daughter of Charles (iinkell Landon, 
died, aged 80, at Bradninch, co. Devon, 
25 March 1921. 

Page 122. — Jane Mary, wife of 
Colonel Aislabie Landon, died, aged 71, 
at Heavitree Park, Exeter, co. Devon, 
21 October, and was buried at Heavi- 
tree 23 October 1920. 

LANDON. Vol. 19, page 57. — Katherine 
Louise, widow of Major James Henry 
Hothersall Landon, died at Creaton 
House, Northampton, 28 August, and 
was buried at Creaton 31 August 
1920. 

Page 61. — Arthur Henry Whittington 
Landon, O.B.E., M.C., Captain Royal 
Canadian Regiment, married at the 
Presbyterian Church, Upper George 
.Street, Marylebone, London, 7 February 
1920, Elsie Mary, elder daughter of 
James Gillanders of Drumlithie, Purley, 
CO. Surrey. 

LEE. Vol. 2, page 64. — Gordon Ambrose 
de Lisle Lee, York Herald, was created 
C.B. I January 1920. 

LEICESTER. Vol. S, page 157.— Lady 
Katharine Grey, widow of the Hon*"'' 
Henry John Coke, died, aged 84, at 3 
Durham Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 
28 January, and was buried at Longford, 
CO. Derby, 3 February 1920. 

LEIGH. Vol. 16, page 86. — Eva Mary, j 
younger daughter of Robert Kennaway i 
Leigh, was married at Minehead, 
CO. Somerset, 14 April 1920, to Brevet 
Lieut- Colonel F. G. E. Lumb, D.S.O., 
M.C., and Chevalier of the Legion of 
Honour, 1 /39th Garhwal Rifles (son of 
Edward Henrv Luiiib). 

LILLINGSTON. Vol. 9, page 36.— 
Georgiana Matilda, daughter of the 
Rev. George Lillingston, died, aged 83, 
at 5 Southgrove Terrace, Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight, 16 March 1921. 



LITTLEDALE. Vol. i, page 240.— 
I'Lleanor Violet, only daughter of 
Willoughby Aston Littledale, was 
married at St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, 
London, 24 April 1920, to Humphrey 
Rivers Pollock, son of W. Rivers 
Pollock, M.D., F.R.C.P. 

LLEWELLYN. Vol. 6, page 154.— 
Robert Godfrey Llewellyn, M.C., mar- 
ried at St. Mary's, Bransgore, co. 
Hants, 8 June 1920, Fiancis Doris, only 
daughter of Rowland S. .\. Kennard, 
J.R 

LONGSTAFF. Vol. 6, page 72.— 
Major Frederick Victor Longstaft", 
married at the Cathedral, Victoria, 
British Columbia, 30 March 1921, 
Jennie Long, younger daughter of 
F. W. McCullock of Victoria. 

LUBBOCK. Vol. 12, page 70.— Cynthia 
Margaret, eldest daughter of Cecil 
Lubbock, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Sloane Square, co. Middlesex, 20 April 
1921, to Alexander Henry Melville 
Wedderbum, son of Alexander Wedder- 
burn, K.C. 

MADAN. Vol. 19, page 35.— Com- 
mander William Nigel Madan, R.N., 
died, aged 71, at 37 Creffield Road, 
Ealing, co. Middlesex, 1 1 December 
1919. 

Page 36. — Captain Geoffrey Spencer 
Madan, married at St. Paul's, Knights- 
bridge, London, 20 November 1919, 
Marjorie Florence, elder daughter of 
Saxton Noble of Kent House, Knights- 
bridge, and of Wretham Hall, Thetford, 
CO. Norfolk. 

MADDISON. Vol. s, page 151.— Clara, 
widow of Henry ALiddison, died, aged 
77, 10 May 1920. 

Page 152. — Frances Theodosia, 
youngest daughter of (George Wilson 
Maddison died, aged 83, at .Skegness, 
CO. Lincoln, 23 March 1920. 

MARKHAM. Vol. 2, page 32.~Sir 
Charles Markham, Baronet, married at 
St. Margaret's, Westminster, 8 Decem- 
ber 1920, Gwladys, eldest daughter of 
the Hon'''' Rupert Beckett of 34 
Grosvenor Street, Westminster. 



ADDITIONS iy CORRECTIONS. 



XI 



MASON. Vol. IS, page 132.— George 
Godson Mason died, aged 50, at 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk, 31 December 
1919, and was bur. at Rushmere, 
Ipswich, 3 January 1920. 

Page 134. — Eustace C'harles Mason 
married at Bucklesham, co . Suffolk, 12 
June 19 1 3, Gertrude Mary, daughter of 
H. S. Dawson of Fo.xhall Hall, near 
Ipswich, CO. Suffolk. 'I'hey have issue, 
Edward Felix Mason, born 27 April 
1914; Elizabeth Mary, born 28 Decem- 
ber 191 5; Kenneth Eustace Mason, 
born 12 May 1919; and Eloise Iris, 
born 15 August , 1920 ; all born at 
Blakenham, co. Suffolk. 

Page 136. — Agnes Dora, younger 
daughter ot Herbert W'ilberforce Mason, 
died at Mentone, France, 2 March 
1920. 

MASTER. Vol. 6, page 141.— Fiorentia 

Sale, widow of Robert Edward Master, 
died at Southend, Paignton, Devon, 29 
May, and was buried at Denbury, co. 
Devon, 3 June 1920. 

Page 144. — Lieut.- Colonel Alfred 
Edmund Master, Royal Army Medical 
Corps, married Ethel Lucy, who died 
at Bishop's Waltham, co. Hants, 15 
February 1920. 

MATHER. Addenda, Vol. 12, page xli. 
Beryl Ursula, wife of the Rev. John 
Cyril Vaughan Mather ( Vol. 4, pai^e J4), 
died, aged 37, in London 17 March, 
and was cremated at Golder's Green, 
CO. Middlesex, 20 March 1920. 

Addenda, Vol. g, piii;e /.v. — Grace 
Theodora, wife of the Rev. Walter 
Stanley Mather (see Vol. 4, page j6), 
died at Clirist Church Vicarage, Bootle, 
CO. Lancaster, 9 February 1920. 

Page 36. — Charles Leonard Matlier 
died, aged 46, at 13 St. Elmo Road, 
Egremont, co. Chester, i March 
1921. 

MAUGKAN. \'ol. 20, page 171.— The 
Rev. lames .Slade NLnughaii died 27 
Marcli 1 92 1. 

Page 173.- — l^ieut. -Colonel Francis 
(iilfrid Maughan, D.S.O., and Grace 
Collingwood his wife, had further issue 
a daughter, Eleanor Grace, born at 46 
The Mount, York, 6 August, and died 
8 August 1920. 



MAWDESLEY. Vol. 14, page 87.— 
Robert ^L^wdesley married at Cam- 
bridge 14 February 1920, Gwendolen 
Mildred, elder daughter of Edgar 
Harold Robinson. 

MELLER. Vol. 7, page 153.— Major 
Alfred Meller died, aged 71, at 
The Limes, Rushmere, Ipswich, co, 
.Suffolk, 26 January, and was buried 
at Rushmere 29 January 1921. 

Sherer Alfreil Meller married at St. 
Jude's, Southsea, co. Hants, 14 Septem- 
ber 1920, Violet Gwladys ManscI, 
daughter of Brigadier -General Mansel 
Shewen of Meon Place, Soberton, co. 
Hants. 

MELLOR. Vol. 3, page 86.— Dame 
Anne Jane, wife of Sir James Robert 
Mellor, died, aged 79, at Eastgate, 
Tenterden, co. Kent, 14 March, and 
was buried at Tenterden 18 March 
I 92 I. 

Page 88. — Charles Mellor died, aged 
7:1, at Leeds, co. York, 8 May 1920. 

MIDDLETON. Vol. 9, page 131.— 
MajorMichael Guy Perceval Willoughby, 
M.C., 10th Lancers, Indian Army, 
married at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London, 28 April 1920, Angela 
Florence Alfreda, elder daughter of 
Charles Hall of Settrington House, 
Malton, CO. York. 

MIDLETON. Vol. 5, page 97.— 
William St. John Fremantle, Viscount 
Midleton, K.P., was created an Earl 
I January 1920. The Earl and Coun- 
tess Midleton have further issue a son, 
born at 34 Portland Place, Marylebone, 
■London, 25 February 1920. 

M IL BORN E-S WINN ERTON- 

PILKINGTON. Addenda, Vol. 5, 
page vii. — Phyllis, elder daughter of Sir 
Thomas Edward Milborne-Swinnerton- 
Pilkington, Baronet {see Vol. 2, page 
IJ4), was married at Wakefield Cathe- 
dral, CO. York, 18 December 19 19, to 
Major Gordon Bentley Foster, son 
of Leonard Foster. 

MOLESWORTH. Vol. 4, page 3.— 
St. John Molesworth, died, aged 71, 
at Plymouth, co. Devon, 23 November 
19 1 9, and was buried at Buckfast 
Abbey, Buckfastleigh, co. Devon. 



ADDITIONS (r CORRECTIONS. 



MONCK. Vol. 2, page 135. — Margaret 
Althea, younger daughter of William 
Berkeley Monck, died at Aldworth 
Crowthorne, co. Berks, 30 April 1920. 

Page 136. — Charlotte iMiiilia Mar- 
garet, eldest daughter of John Bligh 
Monck, died, aged 77, at Bournemouth, 
CO. Hants, 27 ^lay 1920. 

The Rev. George Gustavus Monck 
died, aged 71, in Ellesmere Church, co. 
Salop, 19 December 1920. 

MORRIS. Vol. 8, page 135.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Henry Gage Morris, Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry, died, aged 
63, at Bath, co. Somerset, 12 June, 
and was buried at Bathampton, co. 
Somerset, 16 June 1920. 

MURRAY -AYNSLEY. Vol 7, page 
77. — The Rev. Alfred Evans Murray- 
Aynsley died, aged 66, 27 November 
1920. 

NEWDIGATE. Vol. 7, page 57.— 
Selina Charlotte, wife of Alfred Newdi- 
gate, died, aged 79, at Leamington, co. 
Warwick, 13 August 1920. 

Page 58. — Millicent, 2nd daughter of 
Lieut. -General Sir Henry Richard Legge 
Newdigate, K.C.B., . was married at 
The Cathedral, Mombassa, East Africa, 
18 November 1920, to Charlton A. G. 
Lane, Assistant Secretary, Nairobi. 

OSWELL. Vol. 15, page 7. — Henry 
Theodore Warren Oswell married at 
St. James', Piccadill}', London, 2 
February 1920, Frederica M. L, only 
daughter of Vernon B. F. Bayley of 
Cherry Ooft, Hughenden, co. Bucking- 
ham, and of Bombay, India. 

PACKE. Vol. 7, page 166.— Selina 
Matilda, widow of Charles Packe, died, 
aged 82, at St. Catherine's, Greghorn 
Loan, Colinton, near Edinburgh, 7 
January 1920. 

Addenda, Vol. ij, page xxix. — 
Arthur James Packe, 2nd son of Major 
Edmund Christopher Packe, Royal 
Fusiliers {see Vol. 7, page 167), died, 
aged 9, at The Grange, Eastbourne, co. 
Sussex, 2 August, and was buried at 
Great Glen, co. Leicester, 6 August 
1920. 

PARMOOR. Vol. 19, page 130.— 
Edward Stewart Cripps married 3 
March 1920, Mrs. H. Morrison. 



PARTRIDGE. Vol. 7, page 163.— 
Constance Harriett, 4th daughter of 
Arthur William Partridge, died at 
Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 5 January 
1920. 

PEACOCK. Vol. 10, page 119.— Harold 
Barlow died, aged 59, at Westcott, 
Dorking, co. Surrey, 5 April, and was 
buried at Wotton, co. Surrey, 8 April 
1920. 

PEARCE-SEROCOLD. Vol. 12, 
page 53. — Anielie, widow of Captain 
Walter Serocold Pearce-Serocold, died, 
aged 86, at Ottawa, Canada, 25 March 
1921. 

Page 57. — Claud Pearce-Serocold 
married 2ndly at Nice, France, 28 
February 1921, Germaine, daughter of 
Robert Morel. 

PEARS. Vol. 6, page 106.— Steuart 
Durand and Margaret Isabel Pears had 
further issue a daughter, Margaret Isabel ; 
she was married at St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, 2 June 1920, to James Guy 
Denniston, ist Battalion Seaforth High- 
landers, younger son of Thomas Fairrie 
Denniston of New Milton. 

Cecily Rosamund, elder daughter of 
Arthur Grant Pears of Secunderabad, 
India, was married at the parish 
church, Hambledon, co. Buckingham, 25 
September 1920, to Walter Fitz-Gerald 
Smithwick, Lieutenant Royal Navy, 
D.S.C., younger son of the Rev. 
Richard Fitz-Gerald Smethwick, Hon. 
Canon of Liverpool. 

PECKHAM. Vol. 17, page 192.— Mary 
Sybella, eldest daughter of Charles 
Peckham Peckham, died, aged 89, at 
Worplesdon, co. Surrey, 5 March 1920. 

PEEL. Vol. 12, page 24. — Yseulte Lloyd, 
only child of Mervyn Lloyd Peel, was 
married at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 29 April 1920, 
to Nevill Cressett Thursby - Pelham of 
the Welsh Guards, son of Cressett 
Thursby-Pelham. 

PERCEVAL. Vol. 6, page 96.— Cecil 
Henry Spencer Perceval died on his 
71st birthday at Longwitton Hall, co. 
Northumberland, 8 May 1920. 



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PERRINS. Vol. 8, page 120 {and 
Addenda, Vol, 20, page xxxi.) — Charles 
Francis Dyson and Katharine Margaret 
Perrins had issue a daughter, Daphne 
Margaret, born at High Park, near 
Droitwich, co. Worcester, 28 December 
1919; died there, aged 11 weeks, 18 
March 1920. 

Margaret Snsan, elder daughter of 
Charles William Dyson Perrins, was 
married at the Priory Church, Great 
Malvern, co. Worcester, 15 December 
1920, to Captain Oliver Backhouse of 
Darlington, co. Durham. 

PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE. Vol. 
14, page 52. — Harry Pickersgill- 
Cunliffe died, aged 61, at Great 
Staughton, co. Huntingdon, 13 
December 19 19. 

PIXLEY. Vol. 7, page 30. — Colonel 
Francis William Pixley of Woburn 
House, Woburn Green, co. Bucking- 
ham, F..S.A., J. P., was gazetted V.D. 
27 July 1920. 

PLUMER. Vol. I, page 219.— Sarah, 
widow of Alfred Saxby Plumer, died 
aged 88, at Moulin, Hove Park Villas, 
Hove, CO. Sussex, 11 January 1920. 

POWELL-COTTON. Vol, 9, page 60. 
Gerald Alacleod Powell-Cotton nianied 
at Holy Trinity, Kensington, London, 
24 July 1920, Constance, daughter of 
Charles Vanbrugh. 

PRIDEAUX-BRUNE. Vol. 2, page 98. 
Winifred Annie, 2nd daughter of Colonel 
Charles Robert Prideaux- Prune, was 
married at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, 
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 25 November 
1920, to Captain Offley \V'akeman, 
formerly Grenadier Guards (only sur- 
viving son of Sir Offley Wakeman, 
Baronet); born 19 October 1887 ; M.A. 
of Christ Church, Oxford, 1908; 
A.D.C. to Governor of New South 
Wales 1914; served in European War 
1914-15 (wounded). 

Page 99. — Humphrey Ingelram 
Prideaux-Brune married at St. Andrew's, 
Boscombe, co. Hants, 20 October 1920, 
Adah L. A., daughter of M. A. Pollard 
(formerly Pollard-Urquhart) of Castle 
Pollard, Ireland, D.L. 

PRITCHETT. Vol. 1, page 197.-- 
George Edward Barker Prilchett died, 
aged 54, in London 27 November, and 
was buried at Little Hallingbury, co. 
Essex, 30 November 1920. 



RANSOME. Vol. 20, page 116.— Helena 
Grace, wife of James Stafford Ransome, 
died at Leamington, co. ^Varwick, 23 
August, and was buried in the cemetery 
at Leamington 27 August 1920. 

RATCLIFF. Vol. 3, page 139.— 
Charlotte Elizabeth, widow of Howard 
Taylor Ratcliff, died, aged 84, at 51 
Beaufort Road, Edgbaston, co. Warwick, 
12 November 1919. 

RICKETTS. Vol. I, page 276.— The 
Rev. Clement Mallory Ricketts married 
at the Cathedral, Wakefield, co. York, 
17 November 1920, Dorothy Frances, 
2nd daughter of the Rt. Rev. George 
Rodney Eden, Bishop of Wakefield. 
D.D. 

ROBERTS. Vol. 11, page 12.— Ihe 
Dowager Countess Roberts died, aged 
82, at Englemere, Ascot, co. Berks, 21 
December, and was buried at Ascot 23 
December 1920. 

RODDAM. Vol. II, page 117.— Olive 
Margaret Rickman, younger daughter of 
Lieut. -Colonel Roddam John Roddam, 
was married at Ingram, co. Northumber- 
land, 21 July 1920, to Alfred Dillwyn 
Knox (2nd son of the Rt. Rev. Edmund 
Arbuthnott Knox, Bishop of Man- 
chester) ; born 23 July 1884; B.A. 
Cambridge, Fellow of King's College. 

ROSEBERY. Vol. 16, page 137.— 
Dorothy Alice Margaret Augusta, Lady 
Dalmeny, was married 2ndly at Chipping 
Norton, co. Oxford, 16 March 1920, to 
Robert Bingham Brassey {see Vol. 14., 
page 6s). 

ROUND. Vol. 12, page 3. — Francis 
Richard Round, C.M.G., died, aged 75, 
at Avenue House, Witham, co. Essex, 
24 November, and was buried at All 
Saints', Witham, 27 November 1920. 

ROYDS. Vol. 3, i)age 13 {and .Addenda, 
Vol. 12, page li.) — Lieut. -Colonel 
Albert Henry Royds, O.B.E., and 
.^delii:a Beatrix his wife, have further 
issue a son, born at The Turret, West 
Heath Road, Ham[)stead, co. Middlesex, 
2(1 luly 1920. 

ROYDS. \'ol. 8, page 26.— Amy, eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Edward Royds, 
died at 33 Brooke Street, London, 30 
January 1921. 



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ADDITIONS &- CORRECTIONS. 



ROYDS, continued. 

Vol. 8, page j8. — Cornelia Frances, 
widow of the Rev. Francis Coulinan 
Royds, died, aged 90, at Penmaenmawr, 
CO. Carnarvon, 12 December 191 9. 

Page 30. — The Rev. Nathaniel Royds 
died, aged 84 years and 1 1 months, 
at St. Helen's, Chesterton Road, Cam- 
bridge, 23 February, and was buried at 
Little Barford, co. Bedford, 28 February 
1921. 

RYLAND. Addenda, Vol. 13, page Hi.— 
Jane Sarah Victoria, widow of Walter 
Proctor Ryland {sec l^ol. i, page 246), 
died 29 December 1920. 

RYLANDS. Vol. i, page 17.— Caroline 
Yate, widow of Peter Rylands, died, 
aged 79, at The Clough, Thelwall, co. 
Chester, 3 April 1920. 

ST. GERMANS. Vol. 18, page 182.— 
Evelyn Radigund, younger daughter of 
Colonel the Hon'''' Charles George 
Cornwallis Eliot, C.V.O., died 25 
May, and was buried at Marylebone 
Cemetery, Finchley, co. Middlesex, 28 
May 1920. 

SANT. Page 80 of present volume. — 
Doris, elder daughter of Movvbray Lees 
Sant, was married at Christ Church, 
Lancaster Gate, London, 30 March 
192 1, to Captain George Roupell, V.C., 
East Surrey Regiment. 

SCARLETT. Vol. 3, page 53.— The 
Hon'''= Ruth Hester Frances, only 
daughter of Lieut.- Colonel Leopold 
James Yorke Campbell Scarlett, Scots 
Guards, was married at Holy Trinity, 
Hrompton, CO, Middlesex, 11 December 

1919, to Major i'rancis Edmond Bray, 
M.C., T.D., I'isih Battalion The 
Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, 
youngest son of the Hor.''''= Mr. Justice 
Bray of The Manor House, Shere, co. 
Surrev. 

SCARSDALE. Addenda, Vol. 6, page 
.r//. — Lady ("ynthia Blanch, 2nd 
daughter of Earl Curzon of Kedleston 
{see Vol. 4, page So), was married at 
the Chapel Royal, St. James', 1 1 May 

1920, to Oswald Mosley, .NLP. 

Page 81. — Colonel the Hon''''= Alfred 
Nathaniel Curzon died, aged 60, at S 
Eaton Place, Eaton Square, London, 20 
September, and was buried at Kedleston, 
CO. Derby, 25 September 1920. 



SHADWELL. Vol. 3, page 107.— 
John Emilius Lanc'elot Shadwell died, 
aged 76, at Milton House, Bathwick 
Hill, Bath, co. Somerset, 3 December, 
and was buried in the Abbey Cemetery, 
Bath, 9 December 1916. 

SHERBORNE. Vol. 10, page 22.— 
The Rev. Frederick George, Baron 
.Sherborne, died, aged 79, 3 January, 
and was buried at Sherborne, co. 
Dorset, 7 January 1920. 

SHUTTLEWORTH. Addenda, Vol. 
ig, page Ixix. — Sibell Eleanor Maud, 
widow of the Hon'''"' Edward James 
Kay-Shuttleworth {see Vol. 13, page 
i6y) was married 2ndly at St. 
Bartholomew's, Smithfield, London, to 
the Rev. the Hon''''^ Charles Frederick 
Lyttelton, M.C., 3rd son of Viscount 
Cobham. 

SPOONER.— Vol. 16, page 142.— 
William Wycliffe Spooner married at 
St. Margaret's, Ilkley, co. York, 7 
April 1920, Marian, elder daughter of 
Robert Edleston of Halifax and Sowerby 
Bridge, co. York. 

SURTEES. Vol. 19, page 201.— Dorothy 
Joan, elder daughter of Major Henry 
.Siward Baliol Surtees was married by 
special licence at St. Saviour's, Walton 
Place, Chelsea, co. Middlesex, i March 
1920, to James R. H. Hutchison, elder 
son of Thomas H. Hutchison. 

SWITHINBANK.— Vol 7, page 151 
{and Addenda, Vol. 20, page xx.xvii.) — 
Commander Cuthbert Winthrop Swithin- 
bank, D.S.O,, R.N., and Mary Frances 
his wife, have issue a son, born at 
Greenway, Borstal Road, Rochester, co. 
Kent, 30 May 1920. 

TEMPEST. Vol. 2, page 142.— Arthur 
Cecil Teinpest died, aged 83, at 
Broughton Hall, co. Lincoln, 21 June 
1920. 

TENNYSON - D'EYNCOURT.-Vol. 

19, page 95. — Cecily Lovett, only 
daughter of .Sir Eustace rienry William 

Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, was married at 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, 18 
November 1920, to Percy George 
Mayer, son of Max Mayer of 20 
Bolton Gardens, Kensington, London. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



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THORP. Vol. 17, page 185.— Mary 
ConstaiUia, youngest daughter of John 
Thorp and wife of Arthur Pennington 
Blathwayt, died at The Grange, North- 
wood, CO. Middlesex, 12 February 
1919. 

THURBURN. Vol. 5, page 115.— 
.•\nna Mary Ann, youngest daughter 
of .Mexander Thurburn, died at 6 
Westfield Terrace, Aberdeen, 26 March 
1920, 

THURSBY. Vol. II, page 93— Sir 
John Ormerod Scarlett Thursby, 
Baronet, died at Greenoble, France, 
26 December, and was buried at Holy 
Trinity, Nice, 30 December 1920. 

THURSFIELD. Vol. 14, page 184.— 
The Rev. Gerald Arthur Richard 
Thursfteld, Chaplain on the Indian 
Ecclesiastical Establishment, Burma, 
late Chaplain to the Forces, married 
at St. Wilfrid's, Hayward's Heath, co. 
Sussex, 18 December 1919, Margaret 
Ethel Elliott -Taylor. 

TUKE. Vol. 2, page 85. — Georgina 
Mary, widow of James Hack Tuke, 
died, aged 82, at Hurst, Cookham 
Dene, co. Berks, 31 January 1920. 

TURNBULL. Vol. 15, page 198.— 
Alice Mary, 3rd daughter of Lewis 
Robert TurnbuU, was married at St. 
Joseph's Catholic Church, Penarth, 
CO. Glamorgan, i February 192 1, to 
George Philip Thornton, younger son 
of G. Thornton of Elthain, co. 
Kent. 

UPCHER. \'oI. 3, page 25.— Henry 
Morris Upcher died, aged 81, at 
Sheringham Hall, co. Norfolk, 6 April, 
and was buried at Upper Sheringham 
9 April 1921. 

WAGNER. Vol. 20, page 147. — The 
Rev. Arthur Douglas Wagner should 
have been described as Chancellor \riot 
Treasurer] of Chichester Cathedral 
1871-77. 

WALSINGHAM. Vol. 16, page 20.— 
Thomas de Gre\, Baron Walsingham, 
died, aged 75, 3 December, and was 
buried at Merton, co. Norfolk, 6 
December 1919. He married 2ndly 
in 190S, Marion Gwytherne - Williams 
(daughter of Thomas Rhys Withers, 
F.R.H.S.), who died 31 October 
J9I3- 



WARDE. Vol. 4, page 60.— Lieut.- 
Colonel Charles Arthur Madan and 
the Hon'''' Anastasia Kathleen Lucia 
Warde had further issue a daughter, 
Evelyn Victoria. She died, aged 24, 
at 57 Draycott Place, Chelsea, co. 
Middlesex, 3 February 1920. 

Page 63 — Jeana, younger tlaughter 
of Major St. Andrew Bruce Warde, 
Chief Constable for Hampshire, was 
married at the Oratory, Brompton, 
London, 28 July 1920, to Geoffrey, 
only son of Brigadier-General Nicholson. 

WATNEY. Vol. I, page no. — Arthur 
G. Watney, 2nd son of Daniel 
Watney of Frinton, co. Surrey, married 
at Christ Church, Mayfair, London, 15 
January 1920, the Hon''''' Eleanor 
Hawke, sister of Lord Hawke. 

WELCH. Vol. II, page 173.— Helen, 

widow of Captain Septimus Robert 
Welch, Royal Naval Reserve, died, 
aged 75, 25 February 192 1. 

WIGAN. VoL 13, page 128.— Emilie 
Thai, widow of the Rev. Alfred Wigan, 
died, aged 87, 29 January 1920. 

Page 129. — Major James Ramsay 
Wigan, Royal Berkshire Regiment, 
died, aged 57, at Millbank Military 
Hospital, London, 19 January, as the 
result of an accident that afternoon, 
and was buried at Wendover, co. 
Buckingham, 24 January 1920. 

Page 135 {and Addenda, Vol. J^, 
page Ix.xvii}) — Denis Grey and Madeline 
Mabel Ambrose Wigan, have further 
issue a son, Michael Grey Wigan, born 
at Bracondale Woods, Norwich, 5 
November 1919; died, aged 5 months, 
at Loudhain, Wickham Market, co. 
Suffolk, 13 April 1920. 

WITTS. Vol 10, page 138.— Margaret 

Hole, widow of the Rev. Canon Francis 
Edward Broome Witts and eldest 
daughter of the Rev. Canon George 
Drinkwater Bourne {see ]'ol. j, page 
162), died at Upper Slaughter Manor, 
CO. Gloucester, 6 February, and was 
buried at Upper Slaugiuer 10 February 
1921. 

WOLLASTON. Addenda, Vol. iS, 
page /.VAX )--. Arthur William Robert, 
2nd son of Gerald Woods Wollaston 
{see Vol. 12, page J4), died, aged 6, 
at 3 Barkston (Jardens, Kensington, 
London, 20 January 1920. 



ADDITIONS &> CORRECTIONS. 



WOLLASTON, continued. 

Page 74. — Mary Arabella, widow of 
the Rev. Canon William Monro 
Wollaston, died at Cannes, France, 28 
February 192 1. 



WOLSELEY. Vol 19, page 77.- 
Louisa, widow of Field - Marshal 
Viscount VVolseley, died at Hampton 
Court Palace, co. Middlesex, 10 April 
1920. 



WOODD. Vol. 9, page 67. — Elaine Joan, 
only surviving daughter of Basil Aubrey 
Hollond Woodd of Abbottsfield House, 
Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset, was mar- 
ried at Wiveliscombe 29 January 1921, 
to Herbert Norton, youngest son of 
Robert Norton of Talycafn, North 
Wales. 



WOODTHORPE. Vol. 15, page 58.— 
Jane, widow of Henry Woodthorpe, 
died, aged 88, at The Laurels, Iver 
Heath, co. Buckingham, 10 December 
1920. 

Mary Lines, wife of Walter Wood- 
thorpe, died at 8 Eshe Road North, 
Blundellsands, co. Lancaster, 6 July 
1920. 



WOOLLCOMBE-BOYCE. Vol. 16, 
page 29. — Kenneth Woollcombe Wooll- 
combe-Uoyce married at Minchin- 
hampton, co. Gloucester, 18 May 1920, 
Noel Edith, younger daughter of 
Edward Playne. 

WORMALD. Vol. 20, page 165.— 
Frances Mary Walker, wife of Thomas 
Marmaduke Wormald, died at Field 
Head, Mirfield, co. York, 7 May, and 
was buried at Hattyford, co. York, 10 
May 1920. 

Jean, widow of I )rury Frank I'ercy 
Bibby Wormald, married 2ndly at St. 
I'eter's, Eaton Square, London, 6 January 
1920, Major Gervys Charles Nevile, 
D.S.O., of Arksey, Uoncaster, co. York, 
younger son of Percy Sandford Nevile 
of Shelbrooke Park, Doncaster. 

WRIGHT. Vol. 14, page 38.— Richard 
Caldicott Wright died, aged 68, at 
Cape Martin Hotel, Mentone, France, 
13 March, and was buried at Wold 
Newton, co. Lincoln, 27 March 1920. 

ZOUCHE. Vol. 18, page 214.— 
Walberga Mary, widow of Colonel 
William Southwell Curzon, Royal Horse 
Artillery, died at 10 Lower Grosvenor 
Place, London, 22 April, and was 
buried at Parham, Pulborough, co. 
Sussex, 24 April 1920. 



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